• Organic Farm Restaurant

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Serves meat, vegan options available. A vibrant hub for a variety of projects that center around the organic production of mulberry trees, along with organic fruits, vegetables, and other produce for the restaurant. The mulberry trees provide leaves to produce mulberry tea, mulberry wine, mulberry tempura, and mulberry shakes. Wages support the many villagers who work here, and foreign visitors come for the opportunity to work on an organic farm. From Western style breakfast to vegetable soups, curries, and Laos-style main meals, all with tofu options, teas and local coffee. Also a guest house.

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6 Reviews

First Review by rjmehra


Points +428

23 Mar 2023

Tasty but so slow

Knowledgeable about veganism and the food is delicious, but we waited an hour for spring rolls and soup! The mulberry juice is delicious. If you have a lazy afternoon planned, then it's a nice place to chill and relax by the river and enjoy decent fresh food. Just give yourself plenty of time due to very slow service !

Updated from previous review on 2023-03-23



Points +226

04 Oct 2022

Great food in a lovely garden

I had the lao mushroom soup and roll spring. A lot of tasty food.

Pros: Beautiful garden , Organic food , Great prices

Cons: Unfortunately far from the town


Points +204

04 Jan 2020

Really gooood!

Curries were amazing, full of veggies, well seasoned.

Pros: Big portions, Fresh and organic , Supports local community

Cons: I expected you can see the garden but not sure , if it's possible


Points +270

29 Nov 2017

Good food, but poor service

The food ist good, but we would have liked it even more if the staff would be interested in the customer. We were the only guests and they forgot half of our order.

On top they have some cats, which is nice, but the cats seem to be hungry all the time, so they would sit next to us, trying to sneak on our plate and even would sit on the table and we couldnt get away from them. Changed the table several times. I am vegan for seven years for ethical reasons, but I don't want to share my food with cats. We left earlier because the cats wouldnt let us eat in peace.


Points +50

Non Veg
03 Sep 2015

ok but not more...

Came here because it's the organic farm and expected too much.

The food was tasty and fresh, but I didn't like a few things:
- Their food combination was bad. It was vegetables, fruits, cheese, fish, starch, rice all together...
- Apparently had sugar in part of the meals, had to specifically ask not to have it

Overall felt bad afterwards and very heavy. They do have their own made goat cheese which is nice


Points +322

14 Apr 2013

Improved rapidly, really nice place

To clarify, this review is about the Organic Farm itself and not the Organic Farm cafe in town.
I stayed on the farm, as I suggest ANYONE visiting Vang Vieng also does. Seriously, do not stay in town, you will hate it. The farm is lovely and the restaurant attached is great, perhaps the only place in the entire region for the discerning veg*n in fact.
The options are interesting and unique. There are veggie as well as vegan items you will not find elsewhere in Vang Vieng, or Laos for that matter! But please note, you should ASK and not assume that a dish not listing meat/fish/milk/eggs will not contain it. The staff do understand these requests, but they do need to be made!
Lao Bamboo soup is one of the best vegan dishes I had in the country. SPICY as hell though (not a bad thing ;)

Pros: Excellent food, Good range, Amazing place

Cons: Not the cheapest, Slow

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