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Best 3 restaurants that provide Lao food in Houston

Jason Martinez

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HOUSTON, TX - Lao food is available in Houston if you visit Asian restaurants such as Lao restaurants, Thai restaurants, or Cambodian restaurants. If you want to try Lao food, go to several Asian restaurants in town. Below is a list of the best three restaurants which provide Lao food in Houston.

1. Asia Market Thai Restaurant

Asia Market Thai Restaurant, located at 4822 Fulton St Houston, TX 77009, is a restaurant that provides Thai, Laotian, and Cambodian food. It offers several menus including appetizers, soups, salads, noodles, vegetable and stir-fried, curries, specials, hidden menus, always specials, rice and sides, Thai desserts, and awesome drinks. It also accepts credit cards and provides food for vegans and vegetarians. You can try some menus such as cheese puff for your appetizer, Tom Yum soup for your main menu, and Thai tea for your drink. You can call (713) 863-7074 to make a reservation, request take out, and delivery service.

2. Banh Somtum

Banh Somtum, located 13420 State Hwy 249 Ste D Houston, TX 77086, is a restaurant that provides Laotian and Thai food. You can call the restaurant at (281) 630-1319 to make a reservation, delivery, take out, and catering service. It provides street parking and free Wi-Fi for the customers. It opens six days a week except for Wednesday, starting from 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM.

3. Asia Market Thai Lao Food

Asia Market Thai Lao Food, located at 3620 N Main St Houston, TX 77009, is a restaurant that offers Laotian and Thai food. It provides menus including house specials, appetizers, curries, vegetables, noodle dishes, Thai salads, rice dishes, sides, and drinks. You can try signature lemongrass chicken for your appetizer, green curry (Kaeng Keow Wan) for your main menu, and iced Thai tea for your drink. You can call the restaurant at (832) 968-4559 to make a reservation.

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