Restaurants

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Romdeng

Set in a gorgeous colonial villa with a small pool, Romdeng specialises in Cambodian country fare, including a famous baked-fish amok, two-toned pomelo salad and tiger-prawn curry. Sample deep-fried tarantulas or st…
Top Choice Cambodian in Phnom Penh

Malis

The leading Khmer restaurant in the Cambodian capital, Malis is a chic place to dine alfresco. The original menu includes beef in bamboo, goby with Kampot peppercorns, and traditional soups and salads. It's popular …
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Sugar Palm

Set in an attractive French villa, the Sugar Palm is the place to sample traditional flavours infused with herbs and spices, including delicious char kreung (curried lemongrass) dishes. Owner Kethana showed celebrit…
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Bopha Phnom Penh Restaurant

Also known as Titanic, it’s right on the river and designed to impress, with Angkorian-style carvings and elegant wicker furniture. The menu is punctuated with exotic flavours – especially water buffalo – but there’…
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Eleven One Kitchen

Eleven One Kitchen specialises in healthy Cambodian cuisine, using pesticide-free vegetables and no MSG in their flavoursome food. A standout dish is stir-fried chicken with mango and cashew nut. Set lunch options s…
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Sleuk Chhouk

This place doesn’t look like much from the street, but venture inside for a dining experience that includes a clay pot containing zesty frogs' legs and quails' eggs in sugar palm and black pepper, or a fish-egg soup…
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Kravanh

A stylish Khmer restaurant under the stewardship of a Franco-Khmer, the linen and decor set this place apart from its neighbours. The menu includes traditional salads, scented soups and regional specialities.
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Mama Restaurant

This long-running backpacker cafe in the heart of the Psar O Russei area serves tasty, French-influenced Khmer food, such as beef stew and hachi parmentier (shepherd's pie).
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Master Suki

It may be a Japanese concept, but it has a very Khmer touch and is a great way to try chhnang dei soup (cook-your-own hotpot), with photos to help choose the ingredients. Great views as well. Additional outlets all …
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Psar Kabco Restaurant

Located opposite the very local Psar Kabco (Kabco Market), this is a great Cambodian-Chinese restaurant serving a panoply of street flavours, including noodle soups, point-and-eat curries and stews, and Khmer desser…