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Washington, DC 20010 on Google Maps

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MENU - Pre-orders are now live through Tock up to one week in advance or by 3pm the day of. We are offering a 2-Course and 4-Course menu option ($25 or $50 per person) along with beverage add-ons featuring Hanumanh Cocktails for Four or Half-Priced Wines by the bottle!

Starting Thursday, May 28th 2020 we will offer only a Three-Course menu through Tock ($40 per person) which will include the same dessert and Hanumanh beverage add-ons along the way. To that, we are adding new add-ons to the experience, guests will now be able to add extra dishes to their Three-Course meal! 

New Menu and extra dish add-ons will be posted weekly to change things up a bit and make things exciting when thinking about what to eat at home! Along with the new menu option, we have joined in with a local company, Skip The Line, to offer Thip Khao delivery to you! If you would prefer delivery, contact Skip The Line before placing your order to schedule a pick-up on your behalf!

We are selling Lao Food Movement shirts that feature: PADAEK, THIP KHAO, HANUMANH, & SEN KHAO!  If we are able to sell 100 shirts in two weeks, 100% of the proceeds will go directly to our employees! Your support in purchasing a shirt from us will help our employees and their families thrive during a time of crisis

Please stay in touch with our social media and newsletter for updates. It’s been a long while since we have seen our favorite people. We look forward to bringing the Lao experience into your homes!


Tuesday to Sunday
5pm to 8pm


Street Parking
We are located 3 blocks from the Columbia Heights metro
(Green/Yellow line).





    Chef Seng was born in Laos and fled the country during the Vietnam War. During her stay at a Thailand refugee camp of Nakhon Phanom, she learned how to cook from her camp neighbors and elders. At the age of twelve, she was the eldest of five and took on the role of caretaker of her four younger s...




    Bobby Pradachith grew up in Northern Virginia in a Lao household. He felt lost within his family’s culture due to separate upbringings outside of home. As he sought to understand more about his family, he discovered food could help guide his learning journey. The opportunity to study in cul...


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