“Restaurant du Crabe d’Or,” named after one of Vang Vieng’s most famous caves, offers a range of culinary options and a romantic dining experience.
It features an indoor seating area, to enjoy the air-conditioned comfort of an elegantly set-up room on the first floor, as well as an outdoor seating area, to take full advantage of the river view and tropical garden with a magnificent backdrop of limestone mountains.
The cuisine of Laos, much like the cuisine of Isan, is unassuming but packed with flavors. Both Isan and Lao food make ample use of vegetables and bitter flavors with a unique way of marrying herbs, chilies, and fermented meat and fish.
Our degustation menu will help you discover these flavors with a selection of dishes coming from different parts of the country. These dishes include a laab, often said to be the national dish of Laos. It is essentially a salad made from ground meat or fish and herbs, laced with fish sauce and lime juice and topped with a powder made from dry ground rice.