Food of Luang Prabang
Laos has a lot of food options more than it's diversified architecture. Khao Niaw (The sticky rice is a traditional Laos food, which is rolled by hand into small pieces. It is often contained in a small woven basket. You can enjoy the sticky rice with other food and sauces.). Khao Jee (A typical Laos food, which can be found on every street corner in Luang Prabang. You can fill it with tomatoes, carrot, cheese, and pork meat topped with chili sauce. Further choices can be chicken, avocado and bacon). Or lam (This food originates from the northern of Luang Prabang. It is a stew mainly made from vegetables, eggplants, beans, black mushrooms and gourds).
There are not many Indian restaurants in Luang Prabang and even the ones that are present are not appreciable. Nisha restaurant, Nongkhiaw and Nazim's Indian restaurant are the best ones in Indian cuisine in Luang Prabang. Though vegetarian restaurants are easily available, Tamarind, Indigo cafe and Rosella Fusion restaurant are the best. No jain restaurants are available here.