Dok Champa

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What we say: 3 stars

Dok Champa has rebranded itself as a Korean restaurant, likely in response to the many tourists from this corner of the world now coming here.

If you haven't tried bulgogi, Korea's national dish of marinated barbecue beef, and have no plans to visit Seoul in the near future, you can try it here.

If that's not to your tastes, the huge menu spans the globe from the American clubhouse sandwich to Russian borscht to humble Lao laap. The restaurant is deceivingly large, with seating in a charming small garden, an upstairs terrace, and even private dining rooms, making it very popular with package tourists, Korean and otherwise.

Contact details
Chao Anou Rd (opposite the Lao Orchid Hotel)
T: (021) 251 739
Open: Daily 9:00-23:00
Last reviewed by:
Born in Aarhus Denmark, Ivana got her first passport at 6 months old and moved to Southeast Asia in 2009 to work as an English teacher and find new cultural windows in which to peep.

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