Stung Treng


International in Stung Treng

Ponika’s Palace

Need a break from laab salad after Laos? Burgers, pizza and English breakfasts grace the menu, along with Indian food and wonderful Khmer curries. Affable owner Ponika speaks English and cold beer is available to...

Korean in Stung Treng

Cafe Semo

This sleek, wood-panelled and air-conditioned Korean restaurant serves up ramen for breakfast, kimchi fried rice for lunch and burgers (veggie or beef) for dinner. There's also a four-page list of teas, espresso...

Cambodian in Stung Treng

Blue River

This floating restaurant – lit by lanterns and adorned with gnarled driftwood – is the perfect place to toss back an Angkor beer and watch the sun plunge into the Tonlé San. Food is standard Cambodian fare.

Breakfast in Stung Treng

Diniya Restaurant

This local restaurant, located one block back from the Tonlé San, is a devoutly popular place for breakfast, turning out steaming bowls of kyteow (noodle soup), bobor (rice porridge) and other staples.