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Laotian Food – DELICIOUS Fried QUAIL and LAO Sausage in Sydney



Lao or Laotian Food is often overshadowed by the more touristy big sister Thailand, but much of the Northern region of thailand and Isan has so much food influence from Laos.

As we have never really showcases Lao food on our channel, today we headed out to Fairfield, about 45 minutes drive west of the Sydney CBD to stop by one of our favourite place to try Laotian food “Lao Village”.

It was definitely in our Sydney Cheap eats radar, however due to recent global events, their supplier have increased their prices and such they had to increase their menu prices. However as Helmi mentioned in the video it was definitely something worth checking out, to get a rather delicious introduction to the type of dish laos has to offer without traveling for now.

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Lao Village
29 Dale St, Fairfield NSW 2165

Dish we ordered:
Laap (Larb) ລາບ
Larb is a type of Lao meat salad that is regarded as the “unofficial” national dish of Laos. It is also eaten in the Isan region, an area of Thailand where the majority of the population is of the Lao ethnicity, and among the Hmong people, an ethnic minority group in Laos and Thailand.

Lao Sausage
Lao sausage, also known as Laotian sausage / Sai Oua / Sai Ua (Lao: ໄສ້ອັ່ວ; Thai: ไส้อั่ว) or Sai Gork / Sai Gok / Sai Kok or Sai Krok (Lao: ໄສ້ກອກ; Thai: ไส้กรอก), usually refers to a popular type of Lao sausage made from coarsely chopped fatty pork seasoned with lemongrass, galangal, kaffir lime leaves, shallots, cilantro, chillies, garlic, salt, sticky rice and fish sauce. However this restaurant only use, Fatty Pork, Garlic and Sticky rice with the Fish sauce.

Crunchy Fried Rice with Lao Style Ham + peanuts
– this has the fried shredded coconut – insanely good (must try)

Fried Quail with Lime and Black Pepper sauce.

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233A Canley Vale Rd, Canley Heights

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