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L’Adresse de Tinay

October 5, 2012 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under:

L’Adresse de Tinay, a new restaurant in Vientiane, offers savory French fare like Cassoulet and Crème Brule in an intimate setting.

Run by a Laotian chef (who trained in France) and his French wife – the restaurant is a perfect spot for those times you’re craving rich comfort food (…and if you need a break from Asian cuisine).

Said New York Times Travel: “The French left more than a half-century ago, but their legacy remains in the city’s stellar cuisine. An intriguing newcomer is the casual chic bistro L’Addresse de Tinay.”

For more information visit: http://ladressedetinay.com/

 

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