Where to eat in Savannakhet (Laos). Savannakhet Restaurant Guide: Lin 's Cafe, restaurant Savanh Dao, Chai coffee Dee and many more places to taste the typical food of Laos in Savannakhet

Where to eat in Savannakhet

Find a restaurant Savannakhet It is not easy, in part because just there are places to eat and on the other hand, the few restaurants in this city of Laos are mixed with the environment, being difficult to locate a restaurant at a quick glance. Here you have to eat in Savannakhet.


Restaurants Savannakhet Laos


In the city of Savannakhet just there are a dozen restaurants, including small street stalls and restaurants of the Hotels in Savannakhet. Tourism is not a source of revenue for the city of Savannakhet and therefore a business like a restaurant, is so unpopular and lacking in Savannakhet.

In the heart of Savannakhet, in the plaza Talat Yen (the Church of Santa Teresa in front), we have most of the restaurants in the city: Lin completo coffee, Dao accommodation restaurant and cafe Chai Dee.


Lin 's Cafe Savannakhet


Without a doubt the most cosy corner of Savannakhet is Lin coffee or rather Lin completo coffee. It is a private house which, in turn, is a cafe, habitual meeting place of tourists and foreigners of Savannakhet. In Lin completo coffee we can not only take a coffee but that it is also possible to lunch and dinner for less money, being the food of excellent quality as well as treatment and care received.

Lins Cafe Savannakhet
Lins Cafe Savannakhet

Coffee is on the ground floor of the building where you can eat delicious variety of dishes mixing Laotian and also Western, fruit juices and cocktails to taste or take a delicious handmade cake. The menu is varied and for Savannakhet, say that the menu is also extensive. Lin completo Café is the ideal place for a drink or simply to relax reading a book and eating in the quiet city of Savannakhet.

Talking about books in completo Lin coffee they have a system of Exchange of books where you can choose any of the books that there have and replace it with a book in the same condition you have. Among the books that we saw in the Café Lin had guides Lonely Planet Laos, so we advise you to take any book in the suitcase to carry out an Exchange.

There is free wifi in Lin completo coffee, is possible to rent a bike for 1€ a day (10,000 kip), buy handicrafts of Laos and book any tour in the surroundings of Savannakhet.

Lin Cafe in Savannakhet
Lin Cafe in Savannakhet

Lin, the owner of Lin 's Cafe, is a young woman of Vietnamese Laotian descent married to a Japanese. Lin speaks perfect English, has exquisite manners and is a lovely woman who did not hesitate a moment to lend your bike to go to a distant point in the province of Savannakhet. Lin governed not only a business but at the same time cares about his hometown Savannakhet, trying to make this little resort town of Laos.

Lin the owner of Lins Cafe
Lin the owner of Lins Cafe

One of the initiatives of Lin to publicize to Savannakhet is located on the top floor of Lin completo coffee. It is an permanent on Savannakhet exhibition and the French Indo-China, where all the buildings in the Centre of Savannakhet categorised by its architectural style (the most outstanding buildings of colonial style), free exhibition by the way.

Exhibition in Savannakhet Lins Cafe
Exhibition Savannakhet in Lin 's Cafe


Restaurant Dao Savanh


Talat Yen square and a few meters from Lin completo coffee, have the largest of Savannakhet restaurant, Dao Savanh restaurant. It is a French restaurant in a French colonial building of 2 floors (Note not to be confused the Dao choices with the hotel Daosavanh restaurant).

Restaurant Dao Savanh in Savannakhet
Restaurant Dao Savanh in Savannakhet


Dao Savanh restaurant's menu is not very extensive, where it is the predominant French cuisine although we can also find a pair of traditional dishes of Laos. The quality of the food is very good, as well as the presentation. The negative note of the Dao choices Restaurant is that the price is high and the staff barely speaks English.

Dao Restaurant Savanh Savannakhet
Dao Restaurant Savanh Savannakhet


Cafe Chai Dee


In the vicinity of the central square Talat Yen from Savannakhet we have a new restaurant style Lin completo Café called Cafe Chai Dee (also called Coffee Anakot). It's a small cafe where the specialty is the Japanese cuisine and vegetarian food. If we are lucky we can listen to live music at Café Chai Dee for free.

As Lin completo coffee, coffee Chai Dee has free wifi, book Exchange system, selling handicrafts of Laos and Thailand, and have service of travel agency. As novelty will say that Cafe Chai Dee rent books and maps.
It should be noted that the owners of Cafe Chai Dee speak English, Japanese and German.

Important note: coffee Chai Dee closes Monday.

Cafe Chai Dee in Savannakhet
Cafe Chai Dee in Savannakhet

Cafe Chez Boune


Located next to the old market of Savannakhet is espresso in town, the cafe Chez Boune, probably the only place in Savannakhet, where you can eat pizza and European food, since the owners are Franco-Laosianos. Café Chez Boune is easily recognizable by the statue of a Penguin in the entrance.

Cafe Chez Boune in Savannakhet
Cafe Chez Boune in Savannakhet

Restaurant Lao Lao Der


On the outskirts of Savannakhet, 2 km North of the Centre of the city, next to the river Mekong last Temple Houameuang have Lao Lao Der restaurant, where the best are the views of the Mekong River, recommended dinner contemplating the sunset.

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