A lovely small cafe/bakery beside the Black Stupa. Good coffee but really good cakes/pastries & breads.
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I just arrived in Vientiane yesterday and passed this bakery while walking to the Presidential Palace. Thought it was interesting to have a Scandinavian Bakery in Laos. We decided to drop for coffee after a walk to the river today. I was asking the staff...More
The moment you enter the aroma of fresh bakes hits your nostrils to welcome you. Not a great dining ambience but nothing to complain too. Decent choice of hot and cold beverages & wide range of bakes and pastries. The taste won't disappoint you. The...More
We stopped here for an afternoon break and were not disappointed. The cinnamon roll was warm and soft and the spinach quiche was very tasty. The size of the mug for a cup of tea was also a bonus, a proper mug! The upstairs seating...More
The coffee is just ok, tastes a bit burnt but if you're in need of a quick caffeine fix, this place is perfect. Quick service and it's open until 9pm most nights (maybe every night). They have a selection of cakes and breads; unfortunately no...More
A Scandinavian bakery in Vientiane? Sure, why not. Vientiane is a surprisingly international city. Of course there is the French influence but we weren't expecting this little gem when we arrived. All the bakery we tried was great. They also serve breakfast and lunch. We...More
We had one of the nicest breakfasts here and at a really cheap price. Would recommend both continental and english breakfast. Banana cake was delicious.
This place was pretty busy and offered things like donuts. We had quiche and it was good. But nothing outstanding. We got donuts to go, which were quite greasy and surprisingly the dough didn't taste like much. But overall, nice little place. But there's a...More