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(P̄hạk k̄ĥāw thiphy) n. “Pha” tool, tray or table which is used to serve or hold items. “Khao” rice but can also refer to food in general. “Phakhao” 1 low bamboo table traditionally used by Lao families and friends to sit on the floor and eat around. 2 table of food. “Thip” 1 name of owner, founder and cook. 2 gifted, heavenly, blessed, godliness, sixth sense, or third eye. “PhakhaoThip” 1 Thip’s table of food 2 heavenly table of food for the gods.

A Tradition And A culture Nurtured Through Time

In every dish that we’ve created is a story of a woman who had nothing but her faith crossing that river in Laos in order to seek refuge and a silver lining from the war few had surpassed. She rebuilt her life and raise her family by the only thing she know how to do. To cook. Here at phakhaothip this is our pillar or strenght. As a son of a refugee and an immigrant this is what culture and tradition is all about. It’s embracing what you learned from the one before you and how they made it happen so we can have a meaningful life today. That’s why from one plate to another, we are serving you our very own tradition. A tradition that was built by faith and unconditional love for lao food.


Starters - One Bite Mieng Trio

Miang Muang Luang

Sundried toasted puffed sticky rice mashed and seasoned wrapped with fresh greens and aromatics

Miang Kee Xai

Sliced pork skin coasted with powdered sundried toasted jasmine rice ground into sawdust puffed with a tangy garlic dressing then wrapped in crispy lettuce

Mieng Pun Pah

Baked fish with an assortment of herbs, vermicelli noodles, crispy pork rinds, crispy vegetables wrapped in fresh summer greens and topped with a seasoned sweet, salty, tangy fish sauce.

Main Course: PhakhaoThip traditional dining

Laab Xeen

a seared minced beef salad with minced lemongrass and galangal tossed with fresh mint and seasonal herbs in lime and fish sauce

Som Pak

Crunchy pickled vegetables

Som Pah

Fermented sour fish

Moke Pah

Banana leaf wrapped and steamed fish marinated in dill, shallots, garlic and fish sauce

Pone Pah

Mortar and mallet pounded fish in a savory herbal broth

Gang Gai

Tangy chicken sipping soup with lemongrass, galangal, kaffir and tomatoes and fresh herbs

Gang Nor Mai

Stewed bamboo with seasoning gourd vegetable in yanang leaf herbal broth

Owr Laem

A northern favorite of stewed vegetables and pork with seasonal greens and herbs

Sai Oua

Lao style pork sausage with kaffir leaves, lemongrass and sticky rice

Xeen Savan

Lao style beef jerky sweet and savory with a sprinkle of sesame seeds

Jeow Mak Len

Lao style tomato chutney dipping sauce

Jeow Pah dek

Fermented fish dipping sauce

Neung Puk

Fresh steamed vegetables

Khao Niew

Sticky rice

Sweet Endings

Khao pard

Steamed pandan custard cake

Khao maow

Young sweet green sticky rice with coconut milk

Kalem mak paow

Coconut ice cream

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