In general I love to eat asian food. I ordered a glassnoodles dish and everyone could choose how spicy they would like it. I chose for a bit spicy eventhought I really like it spicy. I didnt eat laotisch so often. It was not spicy...More
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I found this restaurant on accident, since it is not in the city center. We were lucky to get a table because it was very crowded and seemed like a popular spot. The food was simply great! There are a lot of vegetarian options and...More
Food-wise, this is one of my favourite restaurants in Dusseldorf. It is so unique, flavourful and one has a myriad of options to choose from without it being too overwhelming. The list of cocktails is also superb, I highly recommend the Classic Mai Tai where...More
My first time trying Laos cuisine, what a pleasant surprise, everything was cooked and served with great care, all the dishes were flavoursome and delicious, lovely. The staff were charming and we enjoyed a very pleasant dinner at the Luan Prabang, thank you.
Pleasant, clean, tasteful Asian decor restaurant with tea candle lit tables. Fabulous and fresh Laotian food. Don't miss any of the dishes that have sticky rice. One amazing surprise was the bar menu. I had one of the best Mai Tai's I have ever had!
I love Laos food and miss it so much (I'm from Thailand). So, when I first moved to Düsseldorf and asked people where should I go for an asian food. Luang Prabang was probably the first name you'd hear. And I was not disappointed. I...More
Dishes served are very similar to what I enjoyed when I visited Laos. Restaurant is often full, but if you are alone you may find a seat at the bar to eat. They also serve excellent cocktails with and without alcohol. The happy hour is...More
I frequent here and Manima quite often but this one has the better and friendlier service. I live down the street here and take all my guests to this restaurant. One needs to make a reservation but you can always order things for take away....More
Read the reviews and set off to find the place. Strangely, as you pass the railway line it all seems a little as Kings Cross used to be. Then it gets better, then even better. The restaurant would win no prizes for its decor. It's...More