Nothing fancy, just a small menu of Asian staples – including fried sour cabbage and sweet-and-sour pork – all served with mountains of rice.
- Kim Heng Restaurant
- Banteay Chhmar Restaurant
Near the temple’s eastern entrance, this rustic restaurant is the only place to dine without pre-ordering. It serves really tasty Khmer food.
- Riverside Night Market
Locals in the mood for good-value Khmer food flock to about a dozen neon-lit eateries across the street from the Battambang Museum.
- Prum Bayon Restaurant
Though it lacks an English menu or signs, this immensely popular feeding station is where locals come for flavourful Khmer cooking.
- Psar Leu
The best cheap-food stalls are in the southeast corner of Psar Leu; fruit stalls can be found near the southwest corner.
- Heng Chamreun Bakery
Part of a renowned chain, this glistening bakery sells good sandwiches, rice cakes and other snacks ideal for the road.
- Samudera Supermarket
Samudera has rows of imported goods including surprises like Vegemite, Ritz crackers, European cheeses and wine.
- Koh Pich Barbecues
Koh Pich (Diamond Island), east of the hulking Naga World Casino, has a cluster of well-reputed Khmer barbecues.
- Swenson’s Ice Cream
One of America’s favourites has become one of Siem Reap’s favourites. Located in the Angkor Trade Centre.
- Thai Huot
Easily the most modern supermarket in Siem Reap, with tons of French and other imported products.
- Angkor Market
The best all-round supermarket in town, this place has a steady supply of international treats.
- Psar Leu
For Sihanoukville’s cheapest dining, head to the food stalls in and around Psar Leu; the vendors across the street, next to the Kampot taxis, are open 24…
- New Night Market
Battambang's new night market is across the road from Psar Nath market, along the riverfront. Here you'll find a variety of vendors serving up cheap…
- Rusty Keyhole II
This popular bar-restaurant combines British pub fare and Khmer home cooking. It's best known for ribs and the Sunday roast, and is also a popular spot to…
- Night Market
Battambang's original night market, at the northeast corner of Psar Nath market, dishes up barbecued chicken, fish and pork.
- Lucky Market
The biggest supermarket in town is part of a big shopping mall on Sivatha St.