Great service and awesome croissants! Went twice on the same day after discovering it! Not the cheapest but worth a stop over if you love sweet breakfast!
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Ok so this is the place if u miss your european breakfasts and want to take a break from the local taste My italian partner liked the pastries so their bake goods seem up to standard. My strawberry and almond cream tart was delicious. The...More
Try everything - all is delicious. Fantastic breakfast, delicious salads, crusty bread, nice coffees and a especially good atmosphere to hang around all day. Very good service too. When you leave the bistro after hours, don't forget to buy a baguette for the road ;-).
Most people come for the croissants, the pain au chocolat, the baguettes. But the icecream here is the best in town. It is homemade and delicious. Flavours change depending on what's available: you can find vanilla, caramel, coffee, coconut, mint chocolate chip, sometimes cocoa, as...More
Good French based cafe. Feels like being in Brittany . Good choice . Disappointing that no wifi unlike branch in Vientiane. Galette, pizza , baguettes and crepes all filled a hole. Service ok if a little slow and reserved maybe. Pain au chocolat are what...More
This is a regular daily stop when we are in Luang Prabang for great coffee and cake or sometimes for a light early meal. We have never been disappointed, as the quality of all fare is consistently high as well as being delicious. Staff are...More
Le Banneton is the place to go for croissants, pain au chocolate and other types of pastries in Luang Prabang. They also offer homemade ice cream. Caramel is my favourite. The cafe also offers sandwiches, salads and other simples plated. The have cut down on...More
A lovely French bakery offering authentic tartes, croissants, and baguettes. It is usually very busy so we haven't eaten in the café, but stopped by numerous times to take things to go. The baguette sandwiches with vinaigrette are especially tasty. They have another outpost in...More
I fell in love with this cafe when I first went to Luang Prabang. It was a low season and very quiet. Right opposite Wat Sop. Imagine you are having coffee and monks are seen right in front of you! Could feel that I was...More