My brother, whose nickname is King has been with me in Spain for almost a year now. He is studying Teppanyaki Cuisine.
Our restaurant is a wonderful fusion of Lao, Thai and Japanese cuisines and cultures. We have a Sushi Bar, 2 teppanyaki Tables and a central restaurant where we serve “a la carte” Lao and Asiatic dishes.
Some of the dishes we make are influenced by our forefathers and the traditional way food was prepared. I love the rhythm of the Pestle & Mortar when we make our Jéows (sauces/chutneys) and Tums (Lao style pounded salads the most famous being Tum Mak Houng (Papaya and Chilli)).