Hmong Night Market

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Vegan food buffet in the night market. Large selection of dishes include tofu, veggies, and rice paper rolls. As much as you can fit on a plate for 10-15,000 kip, depending on the stall. Directions: when you enter the night market from the west, walk down Sisavangvong road, past the first laneway of food stalls on you left, after 5 minutes walking through the craft stalls, you'll see the vegan buffet on your left, on the corner of Wat Mai. Open Mon-Sun 5:00pm-10:00pm.

Category: Vegan, Buffet, Fast food, Laotian

Reviews (29)

First Review by vegan_simon

There are 3 vegan buffets in Hmong Night Market area - Edit

All of then are soooo goood and sooo cheap :)

Pros: cheap, fresh, good


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Very simple - Edit

A big vegan buffet for only 1 euro , you can fill your plate with vegetables, rice, noodles , so,e rolls and more . And you can eat on the tables close there or take away . If you are hungry is ok , but the quality is not so good . The food looks that stay there for days . But maybe the only one only vegan in town


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Great Price - Edit

All you can fit on a plate for 10,000 kip. Went here 2 times. It was definitely better the second time because I knew what I liked from my trial the first time! The first time is a bit overwhelming, I wanted to try everything so I went a bit crazy.Definitely a must try!

Pros: Great selection, CHEAP, friendly "staff",


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Great find! - Edit

We've been eating here every night in Luang Prabang. Great vegan/vegetarian food for an unbeatable price! 10,000 kip for a loaded plate. So much cheaper and more filling than any restaurant. Would definitely recommend!

Pros: cheap, huge portion, good variety of vegetarian food

Cons: we didn't realise you could get it heated up!


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Only option in Luang Prabang - Edit

Very average food which can make you a bit queasy by the second time you go!
Make sure to heat it up in the wok

Pros: Vegan food in LP, Cheap

Cons: Unhygienic


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Amazing value - Edit

A really nice range of dishes here and phenomenal value at 10,000kip for as much as you can fit onto your plate! They will warm it for you in a wok, too, which is nice. I'm not convinced it's 100% vegan as there were a number of battered things here which I wondered about - is the batter egg batter? However, there are enough other things to satisfy a vegan, including a great range of veg (delicious pumpkin and aubergine!) and also non-egg tofu!!!!! They tend to favour the egg-tofu in a number of places in Laos, it seems, so it was great to find the purely soy variety here. Tasty enough, and big beer Lao for 12,000kip. Can't argue with that!

Pros: Lovely veg & non-egg tofu, They heat it for you, Reasonably priced beer

Cons: Very busy, Not sure if battered things are vegan or not, Stuff runs out early!


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tasty and cheap - Edit

It's really good and the perfect place to eat until you're actually full :)


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Go early - Edit

Range of vegan food arrives super fresh just after 6pm to a waiting line of hungry Europeans. 10000 for the buffet and 10000 for the beer is a pretty hard deal to beat. If the food lasts beyond 7pm it's perhaps best avoided in this heat.

Pros: cheap , plentiful

Cons: don't let it sit too long in the heat


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Tasty and cheap! - Edit

I would recommend going early (before 6 pm) when the food is fresh and hasn't been visited by too many flies. The spring rolls are simple and tasty! Food is not too greasy which is a plus.

Pros: cheap, enough variety

Cons: tables are falling apart so don't expect fancy sea


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Cheap and clean - Edit

Not especially delicious or warm, but a much better option than most of the overpriced restaurants on Sisavangvong. There are actually 3 stalls. One where the description says and the other 2 in a covered food alley next to Indigo Cafe (maybe vegetarian and not Vegan). I've only tried the first. The photos people have uploaded are from both locations. There are also many other Vegan foods in the night market. Coconut mini pancakes, fried bananas, steamed corn, Vegan spring rolls, fruit, and veggies on skewers.


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life saver - Edit

So rad this stall is here, so so cheap there is no other vegan or veg shops around, worth going and getting a feed


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Really good cheap food - Edit

Easy to find. No sign saying vegan but just says buffet. fresh healthy food. and soo cheap for Laos ! ! Great guy that runs it too .


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all vegan buffet - Edit

As this buffet is the only all vegan place in Luang Prabang, we had to check it out. It's only 10,000 kip (about $1.25) and all you can fit on one plate. The food was basic, but very good. They get a five just due to being vegan and so cheap. Can't be beat. And there's a long communal table and we barely got a seat. The place is hopping. Definitely check them out and stroll around the market too.

Pros: all vegan, cheap


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Vegan & Cheap - Edit

It's really nice to have this place - street food without having to ask and to worry whether it is vegan... and very cheap (only 10.000 Kip)! You pile up as much as you want on a plate, than hand it over to them to reheat it in a wok. So, it all gets mixed in the wok, consider this when choosing your options... You can then eat your food at large communal tables in the street.
The food isn't a culinary revelation, but is tasty and filling. It isn't easy to find inexpensive vegan options in the centre of Luang Prabang, as everything is very very touristy and many restaurants aimed at a wealthy clientele, with focus on french cuisine...

Pros: Vegan, Central, Cheap


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Great place - Edit

We dined here a few times and for 10,000Kip who can complain?
Buffet style, help yourself and so much to choose from. Serves Lao Beer.
Owner Teng doesn't spk any English, but then you help urself and give him the money. He will say Sabaidee.

Pros: cheap, buffet style, clean


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I loved it! - Edit

This food stall is amazing and all vegan. The food seems to be simple but it isn't bad at all. Oh, and so cheap!

The owner speaks good English.

We ate here every evening for several days and did not get sick. Well, but the stall seems to be clean and the food is fresh.

The owner will heat the food if you ask him.

Pros: Relaxing atmosphere, Very popular, nice vibe, Tasty food, all vegan


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Cool experience - Edit

Love the style of eating experience here, very casual - just pay, fill your plate and eat at a long table on the street. Can be filling as long as you pile up your plate. Great to have so much variety that is vegan! Not convinced the rice is vegan - looked and tasted very much like cheese (yummy though!) All for the bargain price of 10,000 kip, win!

Pros: Cheap, casual, variety

Cons: Cold food


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Cheap and tasty - Edit

The cheapest food you can get in Luang Prabang. They have a lot of things to choose from. The food is tasty. Very often the food is cold but then you can ask them to warm it up in a wok pan. There was some days that they didn't have the pan but most of the time they did.

Pros: Cheap, Tasty

Cons: Cold food


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