Gaspard Bursts onto Luang Prabang’s French Dining Scene

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Gaspard Bursts onto Luang Prabang’s French Dining Scene

 

Gaspard Artisan Cuisine opened its doors in Luang Prabang late last year to present a menu featuring traditional French signature dishes with an “a la Française” service set in a UNESCO-classified two-storey Tai Lue-style teak house at the crossroads of the landmark Nam Phou Fountain and Mekong River.

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Gaspard is the brainchild of two friends and partners, who forged a close working relationship four years ago with the opening of the now popular Manda de Laos, its sister restaurant, in Luang Prabang that features Laotian family cuisine.

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Gaspard is rooted in a shared passion for home-cooked, artisan meals, with verdant gardens and good living in a French atmosphere in the middle of Luang Prabang.

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The Chef, originally from France, takes pride in offering a menu that celebrates artisan values - the quality, flavours and spirit of French cuisine - using seasonal ingredients handpicked at the local market.

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The well-trained bartenders craft French vintage cocktails that delight all taste buds. Gaspard also showcases an impressive selection of spirits, brandy as well as a carefully selected choice of wines.

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Gaspard’s unique design reflects a collaboration between craftsmen from Luang Prabang and a famed Brittany-based interior designer.

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The restaurant’s ground floor features a stylish bar overlooking the dining area. The salon’s baroque aesthetics remind diners of exotic travels and chance encounters.

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The secret garden terrace is the perfect place for an atmospheric rendezvous under a canopy of tropical flowers and starry skies.

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Upstairs, traditional teakwood patina and soaring ceilings merge with Luang Prabang’s sublime natural beauty and gracious, down-to-earth spirit that give a warm feeling to the space. Gaspard definitely has a je ne sais quoi.

Gaspard Artisan Cuisine is open from noon until 23:00, and serves lunch, coffee and tea, and dinner with desserts and full bar.

To visit Gaspard Artisan Cuisine, click here.  

 

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