Villa Maly invites diners to experience Sindad, a Lao-styled combination of hot pot and barbecue as part of their new Culinary Package.
Luang Prabang, Laos, August 07, 2015 –(PR.com)– Sindad—a marriage between hot pot and barbecue–is one of the most popular dishes in Laos. Diners are invited to grill their own marinated beef or pork on a special plate shaped like a large orange squeezer which has “gutters” all round to catch the juices of the meat as they cook over the charcoal. This enhances the taste of the soup which the Laos people add vegetables and noodles to.
You can experience this incredible dish in all its glory in Villa Maly’s Culinary Package. By the hotel’s swimming pool under tropical coconut shades, a fine dining table is set up with full of well marinated tenderloin, ribs, pork, eggs, local seafood, fresh local vegetables and noodles. The grilling plate is placed as the centerpiece of the table. After firing up the grill, servers leave you to cook your favorite meat and enjoy yourself with your steaming hotpot.
Priced at US$ 286 and available until October 15, 2015, the Culinary Package of Villa Maly Boutique Hotel in Luang Prabang includes:
– 2-night stay at Villa Maly
– Daily American breakfast
– Return airport transfers
– A delectable Sindad, or Lao BBQ, for two
For bookings, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. More information about Villa Maly can be viewed at www.villa-maly.com.
About Villa Maly
Renovated and reopened in 2008, Villa Maly is a 33-room boutique property which was the former residence of Princess Khampieng and Prince Khamtan, a grandson of the 19th century’s King Zakarine. The residence is located in a neighborhood of garden homes that was once a royal enclave and today ranks as one of Luang Prabang’s most exclusive development zones.
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