Is that Thai food, or Lao?

By Mark Andrews

South China Morning Post. 16/01/2020

Think Laotian food all tastes the same as its Thai neighbours? These 5 distinctive dishes will make you think again
Northeastern Thai-style (Isaan) food is actually derived from Lao cuisine, and with a proliferation of restaurants in Laos serving Thai cuisine it is easy to get into a sticky situation with the food. These five typical Lao dishes will help you see the difference.

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