I've tried a dish with duck and it was quiet nice. Taste was fine and the way they decorate the dish was nice.
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We had looked forward to an evening out in Vientiane. The service from the staff was very good. The food however was not good. We were disappointed and will not go back.
I've been at La cage au coq, as a french living in thailand, hoping to fing some good french dishes... i've found many of them wich have been offered by s very sympatic crew. I'll come back at my next visa run ;)
In April 2018, this is rated #14 of 358 restaurants in Vientiane and #1 of 25 restaurants serving French food. I hope, for the French culinary pride, that this is an error. The setting is nice, with a pleasant outdoor area. The food was generally...More
The decor is so so but mosquitoes took the edge off things. Mushroom soupwas ok. Magret de canard with foie gras farcie was a big disappointment. Filet steak was incredibly small and overcooked. Would we go back ? No!
An inexpensive lunch menu and a full dinner menu. Great wines, and friendly service. Specialties from the South West of France. Music is at the perfect volume and the food is simply delicious, as are the desserts. Well worth a visit.
Wa visited thakhek and a Française there recommended this place. A lovely place to eat. If you like quality food this is it. French cuisine with an asian touch. We left with an excellent taste in our mouths. French fries were fresh cut and excellent...More
So after having enjoyed the lovely Lao asian kitchen one can long for a bit of European cuisine. In Vientiane there’s this lovely place called La cage du Coq ( bird cage) and it is a small French jewel. Great ( sometimes French yes) musique,...More
To describe this as the best French restaurant in town is totally incorrect. The food is quite good, but there are far better in town and the surroundings are a little shabby. Worth a visit for something a bit different if you live here, but...More
We dined at this establishment and wish we could give it more than 5 stars. Our only regret is that we didn't find this restaurant earlier than our last night in Vientiane and only got to dine here once. Set in a quiet alley, it...More