Khaiphaen, the latest addition to TREE Alliance, is now open in Luang Prabang, Laos. All made possible thanks to funding by the Luang Prabang Half Marathon: "La Procession" and Foundation L'Orangerie and its donors.

Khaiphaen is named after a popular Laotian snack made of crispy Mekong River weed unique to Luang Prabang. Enjoy creative Lao cuisine, as well as great shakes and cocktails, set in a beautiful UNESCO World Heritage city. The restaurant also has a small gift shop attached to it, selling products made by families which will help keep their children in education.
Check out our mouth-watering menu. Take a break in our shop.

What’s On
Enjoy a creative taste of Laos with our lunch set menu

Open Monday to Saturday
11am - 10:30pm
(kitchen closes at 9.30pm)

100 Sisavang Vatana Road, Ban Wat Nong. Between the French Institute and the Mekong River.

T +856 30 515 5221/71 254 135
E contact@khaiphaen-restaurant.org
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About Peuan Mit

Khaiphaen is run by Peuan Mit, an organization founded by Friends-International in Vientiane in 2004, in partnership with the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare to address the needs of street children and young people in Laos.

Learn more about Peuan Mit