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Luang Prabang Street Food for Dinner

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Luang Prabang is a fantastic destination for food lovers, and its street food scene offers a wide array of delicious options for dinner.

For dinner tonight, I bought some Lao Snacks to have for dinner, sitting at the table in front of Joma Bakery and Cafe, on the main street of Luang Prabang, Laos.

Miang: A popular snack made of various ingredients like roasted coconut, peanuts, dried shrimp, ginger, lime, and chili wrapped in wild pepper leaves.

Mee Koy Phan is a popular street food in Laos, especially in Luang Prabang. It consists of mashed eggplant mixed with herbs, spices, and sometimes minced pork or shrimp. The mixture is then wrapped in rice paper or lettuce leaves, creating a delicious and refreshing snack.

Iced Mocha from Joma Bakery and Cafe: An Iced Mocha is a delicious coffee beverage made with a shot of espresso, chocolate syrup or cocoa powder, milk, and ice. It combines the rich flavors of coffee with the sweetness of chocolate, creating a delightful and refreshing drink, especially for those who enjoy the combination of coffee and chocolate.

Night Time at Villa Santi Hotel
Snack Foods in Luang Prabang

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