Jasmin Indian and Malay Res...

Overall rating: 4.0 stars 3 Reviews
Serves meat, veg options available. Breakfast has a different menu but you can also order from the dinner menu, which has a separate vegetarian section comprising nearly 20 choices which can be accommodated for vegans. Tofu is used instead of cheese due to the lack of cheese in Laos. Be aware that many Indian restaurants in Laos rely excessively on butter (ghee) so make it clear if you are vegan. Owner speaks English. Price: Moderate more-less
Lacto, Ovo, Indian, Juice bar, Beer/Wine, Take-out, Non-veg
13 South Rd (Lakmeaung Village, Lankham Hotel)
Pakse, Laos
Now Open

Mon-Sun 6:30am-11:00pm

  • Outdoor seating


First Review by medus
  • vegan

Good food and good value

Posted on 05 / 20 / 2016

Although the servings aren't too big, all veg choices are 10.000kip. We got to try a lot of choices and all vegan! The banana pancake was also vegan and delicious for breakfast. The only negative it's not a complete vegan restaurant and they do have meat choices...

  • vegan

Really nice

Posted on 04 / 01 / 2015

This place seems to be very popular for it was crowded when we arrived. I believe that crowded means that the food is always fresh.

The menu had a lot of meat dishes but there also were about two pages with vegetable dishes.

The owner was really nice and knows what vegan is.

The place is not exactly clean, but not too bad, really.

We had dinner there and then we also went there for breakfast, which was really nice, as they had several vegan options + we ordered some food to take away.

Pros: Tasty food, Cheap food and drinks, Nice service, nice seating area
Cons: A lot of meat dishes on the menu
  • vegan

Highly recommended

Posted on 12 / 06 / 2014

Pakse lacks vegan restaurants but Jasmin is a very good substitute. It has many vegan dishes in their vegetarian menu (mostly Indian food) and the staff seemed to understand what vegan means. We were told no ghe, butter, cream or other dairy products are used, only coconut milk and vegetable oil. Some Indian breads are also vegan. Prices are inexpensive, and portions are quite generous. Take out is available.

Pros: tasty, many vegan options, good value
Cons: no wifi


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Last updated: 2013/12/19


Added: 2010/12/15


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