Khâluna is a straightforward translation into Lao that means “please,” yet it derives from a Buddhist doctrine that stands for compassion.
The patterns that make up the border of their logo were created by Laotian artist Chantala Kommanivanh, who lives and works in Chicago. The border was modeled after the Laotian culture and ethnicity, represented by the traditional skirt known as the Lao Sinh.
With its vibrant food selection, Khâluna offers a resort feel that will take you over the ocean and satisfy your vacation cravings. With Khâluna and The Shop at Khâluna serving as a bridge between Minneapolis and the areas of Southeast Asia, Chef Ann wants to have a little something for everyone in the community. As a proponent of fair trade, Chef Ann aims to stock her store with carefully chosen goods from her native Laos, spotlighting and assisting craftspeople by purchasing market goods at a reasonable, wage-supporting price. The Shop, which also houses handmade goods, serves as a private dining area and has a cutting-edge cooking studio where Chef Ann will conduct cooking classes and demonstrations.
Khâluna’s bar menu includes non-alcoholic options like the Firestarter, made with passionfruit, pineapple, lime, and palm sugar. The N/A drinks are sweetened with alternative sugar that is safe for diabetic customers.
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