A centuries-old spiritual sanctuary, Luang Prabang is a place of serenity, beauty and escape on the peninsula between the lush banks of the Khan and Mekong Rivers

Dining Experiences at Amantaka

The restaurant is open to guests and non-residents

Using time-honoured ingredients and techniques, Amantaka’s menu showcases small dishes of Laotian food that are served together to make up a traditional Lao meal. Locally grown produce features prominently. Meals are enjoyed in the airy Dining Room or at the Pool Terrace – or shared at a Lao barbecue, complete with Niths dancing troupe in traditional costumes


Try the delectable varieties of Laos traditional food including mok, meat or vegetables steamed in banana leaf with coriander egg and coconut milk, or find the right balance of ingredients in your foe, a rice noodle breakfast soup

Led by local produce, Laos cuisine can be customised to suit the tastes of all Amantaka guests


Amantaka is delighted to welcome Michelin star Chef Bo Bech, for a unique evening of New Nordic culinary discovery 

On 26 July guests are invited to experience an exclusive six-course menu created for you by head Chef of Denmark's Geist alongside our executive Chef Jovan Uksanovic. 

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House specialities, the makkam and the laojito are Laotain aperitifs of choice at the lounge bar

Tamarind juice, vodka, lime ginger and lemongrass flavour the Makkam, while the Laojito is a cooling mojito enriched with local favourites basil and lemongrass


Visit the morning market with Amantaka’s chef to learn about local produce and pick out choice ingredients

Morning and evening cooking classes take place on the resort’s organic farm, where the chef reveals the culinary secrets of local Laos cuisine specialities

Special requests

No request is too great and no detail too small. We are also here to assist you before your trip begins