At Villa Maly, our menu dabbles in the culinary traditions of the East and West, with a scattering of French standards and a little bit of Lao adventure. While you may be lured for a dinner or two beyond the confines of Villa Maly, we do urge you to experience the set menu at Le Vetiver one evening. This is real Lao cuisine by an exceptional Lao chef.
Villa May’s own culinary options are a good base for exploration. The hotel’s kitchen serves a mix of Western and Eastern dishes, from Italian favorites, local fish to green curry, fried glass noodles prepared Lao style and Chinese fried rice. We do soups, salads and sandwiches as well. Though our menu is not extensive, what we do we do well. Likewise, our wine list. It’s short but vibrant, with excellent vintages from Europe to Australia.More Detail
On the ground floor of Plumeria at Villa Maly, there is Mouhot's. A bar, yes. But it's more than that. It's an out-of-the way watering hole for those who want a quiet drink, and those inclined to lift a glass in the memory of the bar's namesake, Henri Mouhot. After the French naturalist Mouhot rediscovered Angkor, he traveled through Luang Prabang and fell prey to malaria. You don't have to worry about malaria at the Villa Maly. But rest assured, there is plenty of quinine (tonic water) behind our bar!