La Belle Epoque at The Luang Say Residence sits directly behind the grand entrance foyer and affords guests wonderful views over the inspiring tropical garden.
Retractable window panels open up to welcome in the cooling mountain air, and diners can choose to enjoy their meal either inside or al fresco with a total of 50 covers guaranteeing every guest a table.
A seasonal, healthy and creative menu changes quarterly and features a tempting selection of regional dishes from Laos and other countries in South East Asia. Delicious local delicacies take diners on a memorable taste adventure.
The Dining Room delights and surprises its guests with simpleyet sumptuous cuisine, attractively priced and served in impeccable surroundings. The heritage ambience and fine flavours also make the restaurant a popular venue for cocktail parties and special events.
1861 at The Luang Say Residence feels like a traditional colonial cafe. Mirrors on the walls create an appealing sense of space and during the day the room is filled with natural light.
Original colonial era furnishings include studded leather sofas, marble tables, and traditional bistro chairs on the terrace. During cooler months, a marble fireplace warms 1861 while a modest library corner adds an intimate ambience.
In keeping with the heritage theme of the resort, 1861also features a display area with French and local ethnic hunting weapons, hunting trophies and photographs of Indochinese hunting trips. Insect collections and botanical boards about Laotian flora and fauna add a fascinating twist, along with historical maps of the region.
Fine wines come from around the world, while a range of enticing cocktails.
Our Chief Gardener Boualai and his team have developed a fruit & vegetable garden set in the back of the property on 1,000 sqm of land which offers several varieties in seasons such as:
- WING BEAN
- ARUGULA SALAD
- HOLY BASIL
- LONG BEAN
- FRENCH BEAN
- BOK CHOY
We use these greens and fruits in our kitchen daily