Bida Manda Laotian Restaurant and Bar
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Delicious Asian dishes with a twist. Their sister restaurant gets all the attention now adays (brewery bhavana), but this place is where it all started. Try the spicy green drink!
Celebrates the diverse food traditions culture of Laos. The owners opened Bida Manda (Sanskrit for "mother and father") as a way to honor their parents. Open for both lunch and dinner, Bida Manda offers a delicious marriage of Thai, Vietnamese and Chinese cooking refined by French techniques. Come…
This is literally one of our favorite dinner places in Downtown Raleigh. LAOS’ DYNAMIC CUISINE REFLECTS THE COUNTRY’S INTIMATE RELATIONSHIP WITH NATURE, ITS CULTURE OF GENEROSITY, AND ITS FRENCH COLONIAL PAST. LAO CUISINE IS A FLAVORFUL MARRIAGE OF THAI, VIETNAMESE, AND CHINESE COOKING REFINED BY…
One of our all-time favorites, Bida Manda does call-ahead pickup if you're too tired to go out but want to experience some of Raleigh's best food. If you do decide to dine in, we love eating at the bar. Hot tip: the pork soup accounts for 1/3 of the restaurant's total revenue for a reason.
“Well, they were once voted best pizza in NC, so I'd say that's a total win (and YES! Their pizza is increds!!)”
“Asian fusion, dim sum and brewery all in one. Classy and very tasty. My favorite dishes are scallion pancakes with bone marrow and coconut & oxtail jam, bao buns, crab fried rice, and lo mein noodles.”
“The head chef was nominated for the James Beard award, where chef’s nominate other chefs for the award. It’s very prestigious. All of that aside, the food is incredible. A little spendy- with drinks you will probably spend close to $100 for two. Without drinks, you could keep it closer to $70. But the food is totally worth it. If you are fond of Indian fusion food and allowing yourself one expensive meal out while you’re here, go to Garland. Also, they’re downtown which is always fun. Very close to a beautiful park and other cool bars (one of which is in their basement) and desserteries. And downstairs from Poole’s, one of the best small music venues in the triangle. ”
“Fabulous bar and super close to here... about a 15 minute walk. Great casual, local vibe and awesome beer.”
“Portions of the museum are free, and change often. But additionally, this area is great just to come and take a stroll on the trails in their outdoor space. Walk, jog, or bike!”