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Laotian chef/owner Seng Luangrath offered some specialities from her homeland at her Lao & Thai Restaurant restaurant, PADAEK (in Falls Church, VA), until deciding to open a second restaurant entirely devoted to them. Thip Khao, the first and only Lao restaurant in D.C., utilizes a variety of fragrant herbs, funky ingredients, and spice. Adventurous eaters are revered here, and should focus their attention to the Jungle menu, which includes thrilling delights that are prevalent in the cuisine, such as grilled chicken hearts with lime; fried pig ears with tamarind salt and fermented chili-fish sauce; and "extremely spicy" green papaya salad.
For the adventurous - pig ears, minced alligators, chicken hearts and lots of other less adventurous but delicious dishes.
Laotian restaurant that will blow your mind. It is so good, I recommend asking the waiter to help you order. For two people, get one app, one salad, and one entree and that should be good. Reservation recommended! Must order: Naem Khao Thadeau (my favorite dish) Delish! This is a restaurant that…
This sleek & modern eatery showcases spicy Laotian dishes & classic cocktails with an exotic twist.
A unique award-winning Laotian restaurant -- be sure to check out their Jungle menu!
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