All the guest houses also provide food, but the menu is fairly repetitive.
Particularly recommended for food are the Arun Rea II, the Prich Kiri and especially the Prich Chida. See Guest House listings for details of location. At Prich Kiri, there is a nice terrace – spoilt only by the begging of the family’s collection of dogs – and the Prich Chida has a lovely view over their garden and the stream. (The Prich Chida is probably the best place to eat in the town, although everyone has their favourites!)
The café at the roundabout seems popular with the local NGO staff at lunchtime although its location means that the dust whips in from the airport runway nearby.
Despite being recommended by several guide books, we found Long Vibol to be pretty much bottom of the pile in Sen Monorem. The grounds and the eating area are pleasant - better than most, in fact - but the food was dry and uninspiring. There was all you wanted to drnk as long as it was jasmine tea or beer. Sigh.
There are a whole lot of places in town that are better for eating, although we hear good things about the rooms.