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Lao Food


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Lao Food


Somewhere in NYC...

7.24.16 in brooklyn

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Past Events


Brooklyn, NY

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Past Events


Brooklyn, NY

#ieatlaofood Bushwick BBQ

Open Space x #iEatLaoFood Pop Up

#iEatLaoFood x Brkly//JPN: The Mansion Party

#Ieatlaofood x The courageous Kitchen Pop up

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Lunch Box Menu


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Lunch Box Menu


Order lunch for scheduled delivery in Brooklyn

Laap

Laap is a type of meat salad that is the national dish of Laos. Laap can be made with chicken, beef, pork or fish. Laap is tossed with fresh herbs like cilantro and mint, flavored with fish sauce, lime juice and roasted ground rice. Chili peppers give Laap the spicy kick that people love.

Mok PA

Mok Pa (pronounced moke-pah) is steamed fish wrapped in banana leaves. We use lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, shallots, dried chili peppers, and dill to season the fish which is then wrapped in banana leaves and steamed to perfection. 

Ping Seen

Ping Seen (pronounced peeng-seen) is our grilled meat. Our grilled meat is seasoned with our house marinade over night and grilled over an open flame. The meat is served with our jaeow, which is our spicy Lao dipping sauce. Nothing beats grilled meat.

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