A culinary experience inspired by French cuisine and traditional Lao cooking

Revel in the fine art of eating and living in Luang Prabang, where heritage dining means exploring the heart and soul of food. The town’s old world streets are lined with a string of gorgeous outdoor cafes and restaurants. It is also teeming with local noodle shops and street food stalls. Known for its homespun ingenuity, exotic ingredients and complex, earthy flavours, Lao cuisine offers plenty of road stops on your foodie journey. Endowed with a French culinary heritage, the city boasts charming cafes, with aromatic espressos and possibly the region’s best baguettes, pastries and croissants.

Fresh produce and herbs from the town’s quaint morning market


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Savoury bites and sunsets on The Terrace

The Terrace, Burasari Heritage old world lounge and restaurant features an ingredient-driven menu of Lao and Thai flavours. Our chefs begin with just-picked greens from our riverside garden and market-fresh produce, keeping traditional recipes pure and simple. Breakfast begins with homemade yogurts, jams and fresh breads, while dinner is prepared with the fresh catch of the day. Our version of ‘soul food’ is just that, natural healthy local cooking that nourishes the body and soul.

The Night Cap

Single malt, cigars, a lively game of billiards -- our lounge is a spot for unwinding and chilling. A selection of single malt whiskeys, aperitifs and imported cigars is how night caps should be done. By nightfall, the Nam Khan glitters with lanterns and starlight, making our lounge the perfect riverside spot to swill a drink and plot your next adventure.