Sombok restaurant is a new fine dining Khmer gastronomy in Phnom Penh headed by the famed "Kimsan Twins" executive chefs. It is the sister restaurant of the renowned Embassy based in Siem Reap.
Khmer Touch Cuisine is a local elegant restaurant owned by a young Cambodian business woman Mrs. Muylang NGUON and it’s leading by Ms. Srey Leap OEURN. Leap is originally from Battambang and had joint the Cambodia Hospitality Industry since 2005 which is certified by the Ecole d' hôtellerie et de Tourisme Paul Dubrule, course of General Customer Service. Leap also had graduated from a domestic University of South East Asia of Business Sales & Marketing. She had an opportunity of provided a position in a local five star hotel in Siem Reap town from 2007 to manage all the employees’ internal & external’s training, team building, personal information data, insurance, hotel annual anniversary, staff party and have an understanding of adhere to the company's rules and regulations and in particular knowledge of policies and procedures relating to fire, hygiene, health and safety.
After some years, Leap have been of…
Scott is the result of a unique partnership between The Cambodian Children Fund and the Academy of Culinary Arts combining well – designed Food and a relaxing cozy atmosphere to tingle all the senses. Both organizations believe in the future of Cambodia and strive for the country’s well-being, by addressing skills-gap and youth unemployment. All proceeds of the restaurant will go towards education and job creation for the Cambodian youth. The Restaurant features a terrace with a variety of different seating’s were guests are surrounded by artful wall paintings created by Cambodian street artists. The inviting bar serves delicious drinks and cocktails to guests. The second floor is decorated with a four piece painting by renowned artist Theo Vallier. An ideal place for groups. The second floor also houses a private room for guests who prefer to dine in a more personal atmosphere.
Embracing traditional cooking techniques but experimenting with flavours and textures, Malis Restaurant delivers a tantalizing array of authentic Cambodian dishes with fresh ingredients like you have never tasted before.
La Provence – Authentic french restaurant in Phnom Penh, located in the center of Phnom Penh, welcomes you in an atmosphere typical of the South of France. Traditional French and Mediterranean specialties, wines and bistro atmospheres.
Vitking House specialising only in vegetarian dishes such as hot plate noodle, mushroom skillets, soup, and delicious ice cream.
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“This one crawled up my leg when I was selling them so I kept it,” she laughs.Every day, Soy receives crawling sacks full of the huge, hairy spiders and counts them out into plastic bags like she’s doling out candy. Soy and her husband Kong Hi are one of two tarantula wholesalers in their town, Skuon, which sits on a junction connecting three of Cambodia’s biggest cities: Phnom Penh, Siem Reap and Kratie. Skuon is famous across Cambodia for its deep fried spiders, and for traders like Soy and Kong, the idea of a spider being anything less than delicious is bizarre.
“In Australia, what kinds of spiders do you have?” Kong asks, fascinated.
“Can you eat them? What is the size of the spider that can kill you?”As well as wholesaling, Soy and Kong sell fried tarantulas at a busy i…
Many tourists visited Cambodia for the prospect of witnessing its spectacular temples, timeless ruins, undisturbed beaches, and for experiencing its rich, cultural heritage. But not many people know that Cambodia has as much an incredible range of activities for visitors as it has scenic attractions to bewitch travelers. From cruising, indulging in water sports, swimming with elephants, riding through temples on bikes, to venturing on an unstoppable shopping spree, there’s a promising adventure awaiting every kind of traveler that visits this ancient kingdom. Here are the 10 best activities to do in Cambodia, and one visit won’t be enough!1. Biking – Explore Siem Reap on A Bike
Considering that Cambodia is all about lush greenery, pristine temples, and a quiet, relaxed atmosphere, travelers like to keep it that way when they’re exploring it. Cycling tours are thus a convenient way of sightseeing and one of the most popular things to do in Cambodia for backpac…
Fish amok is held in esteem as Cambodia’s signature dish, and the creamy curry can be found in abundance on menus in tourist hubs. Diced fillets of freshwater fish are smothered in coconut milk, eggs, fish sauce and palm sugar. Kroeung — a paste made from pounded spices and other ingredients, such as turmeric, kaffir lime, lemongrass and shallots — is also added. The traditional way to cook the dish is by steaming it in a banana leaf shaped into a bowl, within which it is served.Kuy teav / Noodle Soup
This popular street food dish is how most Cambodians start the day. Kuy t…
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