Every night the house restaurant will be screening movies on a large screen upstairs in their home cinema. The movies will be a selection of favourites, new releases and classics: the program is listed on the facebook page. the house laos The home cinema sits 13 people in large comfortable armchairs. A small table is there […]Read More
Stoofvlees is a classic Belgian dish only available only at The House Restaurant in Luang Prabang. Beef is pan fried with onions, then slow cooked in a pressure cooker with French mustard, herbs, and Leffe Dark Belgian beer for a traditional Belgian flavor. The meat emerges tender and delicious. Try it with The House’s famous fries and one of its […]Read More
Every night at 6.30 we reserve a table for solo travellers to come together to meet, chat and enjoy a meal. Not everyone travels in a group. Many people choose to travel by themselves or a friend. For these people they enjoy the pure pleasure of meeting and talking with strangers and fellow travellers […]Read More
The House Restaurant, Luang Prabang, has the most extensive range of Belgian beers, 21 different beers. Which means a beer for every palette. Most importantly the owners, chef and front of house all hail from Belgium, so they know what they are talking about. All the beers are served traditionally. Ask their advice if you […]Read More
The House, the first and only Belgian restaurant in Luang Prabang, Lao PDR, was founded by two Belgian travellers. They had come for a trip through Laos, but when they reached Luang Prabang in 2007, they couldn’t bear to leave! So they founded The House Restaurant in Luang Prabang, a home away from home for other travellers looking for some European comforts in beautiful Luang Prabang, Lao PDR.
The House Restaurant in Luang Prabang is located within Luang Prabang’s Old Town, a protected UNESCO World Heritage City. The house that holds The House Restaurant was built in 1953 and is made of brick, cement, and beautiful local rosewood. It was lovingly restored in 2007 according to UNESCO standards and is one of the protected buildings of this heritage city.
The House Restaurant has become a meeting point for expats because of its setting, its unique beer selection, and of course, its food. Its central location makes it a short, easy walk from The House Restaurant in Luang Prabang to the town’s other shopping and entertainment options.