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James

Remember eating here in 2005. Great to see..

lara dunston

Lovely post! Your opening paragraphs are so beautifully written.

And I love kao soy in Luang Prabang - it's my favourite of any place. Saw the spot you mention but didn't have time to eat there. Are you still there? This was the one we loved - no sign, but easy to find. The broth was already a rich brown before she added the 'bolognese' - we made the same comparison. I want to go back: http://grantourismotravels.com/2012/02/06/the-best-lao-khao-soi-in-luang-prabang/ Enjoy!

Mai

Mmm... snake beans (which Vietnamese call "chopstick beans" instead)... Vietnamese don't ever eat them raw though, do they? Do the Burmese, Thai, and Laotians all eat them raw?

Sticky

James - nice to see some things remaining the same, isn't it?

Lara - thanks - value your praise a lot. Will try your rec on our next trip there - as if I need a reason to go back!

Mai - yes, always cooked in Hanoi - not sure about ethnic minority groups though. I've had them raw in Laos, Burma and would assume Thailand (north?) would be the same.

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