How to eat it ?

How to eat Lao Food ?

Rice
The sticky rice is a traditional Laos food, which is rolled by hand into small pieces. It is often contained in a small woven basket. You can enjoy the sticky rice with other food and sauces.

Larb (Laap, Larp or Lahb)
This special cuisine in Luang Prabang can be made with chicken, beef, fish, pork or mushrooms. The meat is flavored with lime juice, fish sauce, and fresh herbs. It is usually served with raw vegetables and sticky rice.

Or Lam (Lao stew)
This food originates from the northern of Luang Prabang. It is a stew mainly made from vegetables, eggplants, beans, and beef here in The house restaurant

Lao Sausage (Luang Prabang Sausage)
This refers to a popular type of sausage in Luang Prabang, which is made from chopped pork. It is seasoned with ginger, lime leaves, garlic, fish sauce and salt.

Khaipen (Fried Seaweed)

A popular snack, Kaipen is made of freshwater green algae, peppered with sesame seeds and sundried into paper-thin sheets. These raw Kaipen are stored away in rolls. For consumption, the Kaipen sheets are flash-fried in a pan and usually served with dip sauce

Mok Pa ( Fish in banana leaves with forest herbs )

A very good specialitie  from here , boneless fresh mekong fish steamed in banana leaves, eat it with sticky rice