The Garden of Nang

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 8 reviews )

Has separate menu for vegan dishes with items like fresh spring rolls (no egg), pumpkin burger, green papaya salad, salad with black sesame, soup and curry with coconut milk, fried rice, and stir fries. For dessert there's banana coconut milk coffee and a mango sticky rice. The owner maintains a vegetable garden on the premises. Non-veg turned vegetarian in 2017. Open Mon-Sun 9:00am-9:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Organic, Thai, Beer/Wine, Take-out, Asian, Vietnamese, Laotian

8 Reviews

First Review by Astravegan

organic as well! - Edit

Almost everything is vegan. It's the only place that offers vegan pancakes on the 4000 islands. Pumpkin burger is delicious! Atmosphere is cozy and shakes great. Try the herb smoothie with fresh herbs from the garden! :)

Pros: lots of vegan options, organic

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You have to eat here! - Edit

If you’re a vegan in Laos and tired of below average veg options, I genuinely recommend you come to Don Det even if just to eat the pumpkin burger and fries here. It is without a doubt the best vegan food we have eaten in 3 weeks in Laos. Also the coffee fruit smoothie (coffee, coconut milk, banana & mango) is to die for. I wasn’t sure about the coffee/mango combination when she described it to me but it was soooooo good! Really friendly lovely owner too and a beautiful peaceful private beach to relax on when you’ve eaten so much here that you can’t walk anywhere right away.

Pros: Excellent food, Awesome staff, Beautiful beach

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Good relaxed place - Edit

This relaxed and ramshackle eatery sits alongside a dirt road in the fields of Don Det across from a pleasant stream.
The delicious food is a mixture of Lao and Western, with many ingredients sourced directly from their garden. I enjoyed the homemade herb smoothie. It's also nice place to chill out in before or after a dip in the river nearby.

Pros: relaxed atmosphere, nice food, smokefree

Cons: tourist-prices

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Big expectations - Edit

It´s a pretty place with very nice owner. We ordered two Big burger menus for all these great reviews, but honestly, we were disappointed. Fries were good, salad was excellent, burger bun was good also, but the burger itself was kind of tastless and deep fried mixture of pumpkin( ?) and probably bread crumbs ( not sure ). It´s expensive for Lao standards and it takes ages to be prepared (but it´s written everywhere, so you have to be prepared :-) ).
We had also fruit shakes, Nang doesn´t use ice so they came surprisingly warm - but good.

Pros: Nice staff, nice place, I would taste more salads, they looked very good, The only pure vegetarian restaurant around

Cons: Burger wasn´t that good, Warm fruit shake

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Lovely pumpkin Burger - Edit

We had the pumpkin burger menu with fries and vegetable salad, and it was just delicious!

Nice change from pad thai and curry when travelling for several weeks in Asia...

It is a bit more pricey than a normal curry next door but definitely worth it, as it is cooked on spot and most of it organic.

The place is lovely as the people are. Definitely worth going there!

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Delicious food and beautiful garden! - Edit

We loved this spot. Had lunch here then came back for breakfast. The food is delicious and it's such a nice place to relax. The surrounding gardens are beautiful and there are hammocks where you can chill while waiting for your food.
Highly recommend the curry, pancakes and coconut coffee shake!
The owner is also really friendly and welcoming.

Updated from previous review on 2017-10-03

Pros: Good food, Great atmosphere

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Best food in Don Det (and Loas) - Edit

This is the best place in Laos so far. The owner has a special vegan menu and she cooks mostly organic. The food is delicious, home cooked and just delicious!

Pros: Vegan menu

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The place for vegans on Don Det - Edit

The restaurant is owned by a lovely laos woman. We ate there a lot of times. All the dishes and the shakes were excellent.

Pros: Vegan options, Nice and quiet location, Every dishes is prepared completely fresh

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