Stefan Loose

The House, Kingkitsarath Rd., www.thehouselaos.com. Der belgische-Lao Koch zaubert aus Biogemüse vegetarische Spaghetti, Currys und andere fleischlose Leckereien. Das beliebteste Gericht ist allerdings ziemlich fleischlastig: Schweinefilet „Dijon“ mit Senf, Kartoffelpüree und gedünstetem Gemüse. Tipp: im Magen noch Platz lassen für den Nachtisch, denn es gibt superleckeres selbst gemachtes Eis unf brownies Hauptgerichte ab 40 000 Kip. Öffnungszeiten: 17–23 Uhr.

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The House Restaurant Luang Prabang

The House, the first and only Belgian restaurant in Luang Prabang, 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, a home away from home for other travellers looking for some European comforts in beautiful Luang Prabang, Laos.

The House Staff

You’re in good hands with the staff at The House Restaurant, Luang Prabang! The House works to help its community. The staff at The House are all Lao nationals, including individuals from some of Laos’ many ethnic minorities. At The House, they receive valuable training, learning how to work with people of many different nationalities and practicing English, an important skill. You can trust the staff at The House to be friendly, to answer your questions, and to deliver a Lao-style dining experience.

Local dishes, local ingredients

The House Restaurant, Luang Prabang, isn’t only a Belgian restaurant. We also serve a selection of Lao dishes made from local ingredients. Our staff visits the nearby vegetable market every day for fresh herbs and vegetables—things like lemongrass, kaffir lime, ginger, bamboo, and other typical Lao flavorings. They also pick up fresh local fish for our Lao fish dishes. The House Restaurant is a
home for all kinds of cuisines. Come try one of our Belgian beers and combine it with a taste of Laos!

Heritage at The House Restaurant, Luang Prabang

Luang Prabang, the old royal capital of Laos, is a UNESCO World Heritage City. Located in the old section of town, The House Restaurant operates inside Luang Prabang’s protected area and within a protected building.

Ringed by bamboo and banana trees, the heritage building that holds The House was built in 1953. It was a private residence for some members of the extended royal family. The building is made mostly of wood, with brick walls on the ground floor and a roof made of traditional tiles. Thanks to its restoration in 2007, which was conducted according to UNESCO standards, visitors can see almost all of the original French colonial building, complete with beautiful examples of local mai du (Rosewood) beams in the ceiling and around the rest of the structure.

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