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Top Cooking Class In Luang Prabang

Enjoy Luang Prabang Foods with Cooking Class

Northern Lao food uses the traditional flavors of Laos such as garlic, lemongrass, chilis and kafir lime, combining them into pallet-pleasing delicacies. Discover the best of Lao cooking in Luang Prabang by taking a cooking class at one of these renown schools. Learn from local chefs and bring home the knowledge to re-create your favorite dishes.

Bamboo Tree Inside family-run

Bamboo Tree Restaurant is a cooking school where students learn how to prepare northern Lao dishes from sister chefs Noy and Linda. Select which dishes you’d like to make then start the course with a visit to the local market to select ingredients and speak with merchants. After cooking, sit down with the other students and instructors and enjoy the fruits of your labor in an intimate feast. Take home a cookbook with recipes to replicate the meal in your own kitchen.

Indigo Farm

Indigo Farm is run via the boutique hotel Indigo House. It offers a hands-on course to learn how to prepare traditional Lao cuisine. The Natural Cooking Class begins with students picking ingredients from the 27-hectare organic farm and learning about crops and farming methods in Laos. Indigo Farm’s goal is to teach students, tourists and agriculturalists in Lao about the conservation of natural resources and ensuring Luang Prabang is a “Green City.” Prepare foods like marinated pork, Laap, sticky rice and fried mushrooms.


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