Where to eat Fast Food food in Savannakhet: The Best Restaurants and Bars

April 25, 2020 Velvet Champine

Reviews on Fast Food food in Savannakhet, Savannakhet Province, Laos. Savannakhet, officially named Kaysone Phomvihane (Lao: ໄກສອນ ພົມວິຫານ; Thai: ไกสอน พมวิหาน) and previously known as Khanthabouli (ຄັນທະບູລີ), is a city in western Laos and the capital of the Savannakhet Province. With a population of 120,000 (undated), it is the second-largest city in Laos, after Vientiane. The city is the birthplace of Kaysone Phomvihane, the first leader of Laos from independence in 1975 to 1992, and was named after him in 2005. Although the old French colonial quarter of the town, along the Mekong River-front, is depressed and crumbling, the town's proximity to Thailand's booming economy has brought about new commercial development in the northern part of the town, near both the river crossing and the bus terminal.
Things to do in Savannakhet

1. Lao House Restaurant

No.9 road, Savannakhet 1300 Laos Fast Food, Asian, Thai Reservations [email protected] +856 20 55 540 226 http://www.laohouseder.com
Lao House Restaurant

Lao house restaurant so proud to presents most of Laos food as well as some Thai food and Vietnam. Moreover, we have Lao coffee which is popular in this country.

Reviewed By Charles H

It is next to the Lao House. Disappointed with the service and food. Do not food which we wanted even when it is in the menu. Seems that they were not interested in serving us more when we ordered a simple meal. Sorry for the delay in this reply. I'm a manager in this restaurant. we found the problem as you recommended already. So our service will be improved immediately. Please accept our deepest apologies. Waiting you for using our better service again.

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2. Legend Cafe

Savan Resorts, Nongdeune Village, Savannakhet Laos Cafe, Fast Food Drinks Takeout, Seating, Reservations, Parking Available, Serves Alcohol, Wine and Beer, Free Wifi [email protected] +856 41 252 232 http://www.savanresorts.com/legend-cafe/
Legend Cafe

Legend Cafe is the best place to enjoy a cup of coffee with freshly baked bread and pastries. Located inside Savan Resorts, Savannakhet. We offer a variety of delicious home-made cakes and baked goods with excellent drinks.

Reviewed By MichaelT8412

We found this cafe by accident. The food was just so so and the service was slow. Charging our bill to our room proved to be very difficult even though they finally managed to do it.Dear MichaelT8421,Thank you for sharing your recent experience at Legend Cafe. We are sorry to learn about our service that didn't meet your expectation.Your feedback is of great value in our continuous work to further enhance our products and services to ensure that our guests enjoy memorable experiences. We wish to have opportunity to welcome you back again someday.Warmest regards,Piraya HengprasertFood and Beverage VIP Manager.

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3. Khunthabulee

Savannakhet Laos Cafe, Fast Food, International, Thai, Vietnamese Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner +856 20 54 757 555
Khunthabulee

Reviewed By Vanwelde B

I was the first time longstaying in Savannakhet , know the city has not much , but was hungry and found this restaurant with delicious tomato soup , eated well for a good price and very nice service

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4. Lisa Cafe

45 Sayaphoum Street, Savannakhet 1300 Laos Fast Food, Thai, Bar, Cafe, European, Asian, Pub Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch Delivery, Takeout, Reservations, Wheelchair Accessible, Free Wifi, Outdoor Seating, Seating http://lisa-cafe.weebly.com
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3 based on 20 reviews

Lisa Cafe

Reviewed By vimipa

I chose an egg sandwich, based on the pics in the menu - the sandwiches looked good and authentic, two thin slices of bread with various fillings. When she came to take my order the first thing the woman said rudely was 'why take out of book?!', meaning two pages that had been removed from their plastic covers when I got the menu. I would have left then but had already started my beer so ordered the egg sandwich. It was two partly fried eggs plonked on top of a pile of lettuce leaves, with a crust of bread under and another on top. Nothing like the sandwiches in the pics, nothing like a sandwich!

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