Since I found Mrs. Somechane’s noodle soup to be quite delicious, I went back to her restaurant for a bowl of Khao Soy. It’s Luang Prabang’s famous dish and I wanted to give it a try. You can find Mrs. Somechane’s Noodle Restaurant opposite of Vat Sene temple (Wat Sene), which is next door to Villa Senesouk Hotel.

Vat Sene Temple

It was a bit spicy for me and Mrs. Somechane said it must have been a batch of peppers with a bit more kick for that day. Normally it’s not that spicy the way she made it so a customer can always add extra chili peppers to taste.

Khao Soy in Luang Prabang

Khao Soy in Luang Prabang

Khao Soy in Luang Prabang

Herbs and Vegetables

The first two photos I used “vivid color” setting on the camera to test its feature but didn’t like how the photos turned out.

It was quite delicious and I can’t wait to get back to Luang Prabang again for another bowl of Mrs. Somechane’s pho and khao soy.


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