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    Chan Rah II Restaurant: Chan Rah II Restaurant

    by Cathy&Gary Written Mar 1, 2014

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    Our friend Sameth from Phnom Penh drove us to Siem Reap in his van. He also put all his family which included his wife, mother and father in law, brothers and sisters in law and children onto a bus so they could come as well. The family had never been to Siem Reap before so it was a very exciting time.

    Dinner that night with the family was at Chan Rah II Restaurant which is on Sivatha Rd, just before the night markets. It is a typical local Cambodian restaurant and we let the family order all the dishes.

    The food was fantastic, we enjoyed everything that they had ordered and will definitely go back to this restaurant again.

    The bill for food and drinks for 15 people, which included a few beers was only $52.

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    The Blue Pumpkin: The Blue Pumpkin

    by Cathy&Gary Written Feb 28, 2014

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    Well I really do not have anything good to say about the Blue Pumpkin. We were a group of 8 and went there for dinner, never again. We were seated upstairs and left for what seemed like ages, eventually we asked for a menu, now if you’re a big group don’t ask for a couple of menu’s as you will still only get one.

    After searching for someone to take our orders we then waited for about 20 minutes for our drinks to arrive. The meals took forever; if we did not have children with us we would have just left and gone somewhere else.

    It was not busy, there just does not seem to be enough staff working upstairs. When the meals did eventually arrive they were very average and did not come out together.

    The last meal arrived when everyone else had finished. Very disappointing as we were recommended to try this restaurant. Never again!

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    Khmer Idea Restaurant: Khmer Idea Restaurant

    by Cathy&Gary Updated Feb 28, 2014

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    Khmer Idea Restaurant is in Pub Street and they are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. You can also order picnic boxes for that big day out. We always visit here a few times each trip to Siem Reap and their meals are fresh, tasty and cheap.

    The staff are excellent as well and its always nice to come back to people who remember you from previous visits.

    There is also an extensive cocktail menu and all cocktails are $4 each but buy one get one free, Angkor draft was 50 cents a pint and I have to say they make the best White Russians I have had in Cambodia.

    Good spot for a rest and people watching!

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    Che Leang: Che Leang

    by Cathy&Gary Written Apr 6, 2013

    Che Leang Restaurant is right out the front of Angkor Wat, so it is a very popular place. We had been looking around the Bayon complex when I started to feel quite sick, I just could not hydrate myself no matter how much I was drinking, so we decided it was time for a big rest and a very sweet sugar loaded drink.

    Marom took us to Che Leang restaurant and lucky he did as just after we arrived we were hit by a torrential storm. So drinks are in order and I downed 2 cans of fizzy drinks in a few seconds and instantly started to feel better.

    The storm lasted for about one and a half hours so we had lunch here which was very nice and then continued on with our day of visiting Temples.

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    Old Markets: Old Markets

    by Cathy&Gary Written Mar 31, 2013

    The Old Markets in Siem Reap are a one stop shop all under the same roof for absolutely everything you can think of, fresh meats, vegetables, hairdressers, food stalls, clothes and statues etc. It is also the place for some delicious authentic Khmer food. There is not a lot of room in here and I love how the sellers sit among their goods especially the vegetables!

    You can haggle the prices of nearly everything in here. The food market opens very early and closes mid afternoon but the clothing and souvenir section stay open until early evening.

    It is a lot of fun in here watching the hustle and bustle and our lunch of freshly cooked noodles, vegetables and egg was delicious for 40 cents each.

    Most definitely worth a visit.

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    Pub Street: Pub Street

    by Cathy&Gary Written Mar 31, 2013

    Well the name says it all, it is a Pub Street with lots of bars and restaurants, it is the perfect place to a refreshing drink and some people watching after a day at the Temples. It is a walking street at night and gets extremely busy.

    There are quite a few shops & massage places here as well and do not worry about getting back to your hotel as there are tuk tuks everywhere. The whole area around Pub Street comes alive at night with loud music, live bands and people having fun.

    There are also places with big screen televisions so you do not have to miss your favorite sporting events.

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    Red Piano: Red Piano

    by Cathy&Gary Written Mar 31, 2013

    Our friend Sameth drove up from Phnom Penh to visit us, we have all been friends for nearly 8 years now and it was so exciting to see him again.

    Sameth wanted to go to the Red Piano for dinner, the food was below average and service was slow, but it was fun sitting upstairs watching the busloads of people standing out the front, taking photos of the Red Piano sign then being moved on by their guides.

    All they want is to be able to say they saw the restaurant Angelina Jolie went to and had a cocktail called a Tomb Raider!

    The bill for 5 of us with drinks, entrees and main courses was just under $60.

    I would not rate the Red Piano as a must see place.

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    Kitchen Angkor Chey: Kitchen Angkor Chey

    by Cathy&Gary Written Mar 30, 2013

    This wooden two story restaurant is down a little alley near the night market on Sivutha Rd behind the Cambodia Commercial Bank and it is a very touristy place, the car park is full of tuk tuk drivers and mini busses. The place looks nice enough but it is quite expensive for Siem Reap.

    The staff are more interested in getting you to choose the $16 set menu which is 3 courses however we did not want a set lunch so we were prepared to leave and they gave us the normal menu.

    The menu also has photos of the meals so my sister ordered the lobster dish and when it came out it was prawns, when she said it was the wrong meal they laughed and said the menu is wrong and they need to change it!

    My morning glory and chicken was terrible, very bland and after a few spoonfuls I gave up on it, this would have to be the worst meal I have had in Cambodia.

    We also ordered cocktails which were extremely watered down. While sitting there we watched one of the guys who spoke very good English go to all the tables around us asking people to write a review on Trip Advisor for them and yes as we were leaving he asked us to as well.

    Not a problem!

    I would never recommend this place, it is expensive, the food is rubbish and their goal is to push for reviews.

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    Khmer Angkor Kitchen: Khmer Angkor Kitchen

    by Cathy&Gary Written Mar 30, 2013

    Khmer Angkor Kitchen only opened in 2012 and it is not as one Trip Advisor review has said a restaurant near Pub Street, though there are similar sounding restaurant names.

    This restaurant is in the Angkor Archaeological Park.

    The restaurant is lovely with an open air downstairs section and an air-conditioned area upstairs; it is nicely decorated with views of the lake. The owner is a lovely man and wanted us to let him know what else he could do to make his new restaurant attractive to tourists.

    I think he is definitely on the right track, it is a bright, clean cheerful place with good toilets and we really enjoyed having lunch here. There menu is quite big with photos of every meal and they range around the $4 to $5 price.

    We highly recommend a visit to the Khmer Angkor Kitchen; it is a good stop on the way back from Banteay Srey.

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    Mr Grill: A popular resto on the other side of the River

    by cochinjew Written Mar 16, 2013

    When we arrived, the place was full and we had to wait a little, but soon were seated . Most of the diners were foreigners even though I had come with a Khmer family.
    It is away from the Pub Street so it is not frequented by tourists but by foreigners resident in Siem Reap. The ambience is quiet and pleasant and the service as expected very good.

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    A Taste Of Asia: Pan Asian Restaurant at Siem Reap Airport

    by machomikemd Written Jun 24, 2012

    A Taste of Asia Restaurant is one of the few restaurant stalls at the departure area of Siem reap international Airport and has the same stall as the Blue Pumpkin (maybe they have the same owner?) The restaurant offers hearty meals to hungry passengers waiting for flights from siem reap and they offer pan asian food choices with quite a variety of choices from chinese, thai, local cambodian, singaporean, vietnamese, malaysian, korean and japanese dishes. the meals are like soups, stir fried noodles, fried rice meals, sandwiches, spring rolls, main courses and more.

    opens: 6:00 am to 9:00 pm everyday

    Favorite Dish: they have assorted pan asian food like the malaysian laksa at $ 6.50 an order, indonesian nasi goreng meal at $ 7.50 an order, Vietnamese Baguette Sandwich with seafood at $ 8 an order, assorted drinks like malaysian teh tarik at $ 3.50 an order and thai iced tea at $ 3.50 an order.

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    The Blue Pumpkin: Famous Coffee Shop and Pastries in Siem Reap

    by machomikemd Written Jun 24, 2012

    Starbucks has not yet penetrated the Cambodian Market! and because of this, A local brand of Coffee House and Snacks is now the number one in the Siem Reap Area and that coffee house is the BLUE PUMPKIN. They have several outlets around Siem reap area and their main branch is at the Old Market Area. We Tried their branch at the departure area of Siem Reap International Airport while waiting for a flight to Saigon.

    They serve classic coffee with snacks but with a twist, they have assorted sandwiches using baguette breads and local cambodian comfort snacks like fresh spring rolls with sauce and some cambodian soups too. They have assorted pastries too like croissants, cup cakes, danish pastries, etc. inspired by their head pastry chef, a frenchman named arnaud.

    opens: 06:00-19:00 everyday

    Favorite Dish: the have a nice coffee selection and an order of iced black coffee will be $ 3, Iced Latte at $ 3.20 and add $ 0.50 for whipped cream. fresh fruit juices at $ 3 and ice cream shakes at $ 3.50. Sandwiches starts at $ 6 to $ 10, depending on the incredients like tuna or salmon or meatloaf or more.

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    Luck Gelato: Gelato Stand of the Lucky Mall

    by machomikemd Written Jun 24, 2012

    the lucky mall in sivutha boulevard has some in house brands besides having malls around cambodia. They have the lucky supermarket at the lucky mall, the lucky burger (an american style burger and fries plus more fried foods) at the second floor of the mall, a lucky cafe at the second floor of the mall and the luck gelato at the ground floor. We Tried the gelatos here at the luck gelato to have a taste of gelato done locally.

    they have many varieties of gelato like lemon gelato, strawberry gelato, tiramisu gelato, coffee gelato, mango gelato, cheesecake gelato and other flavors.

    on scoop of a gelato is just $1 (best bang for your buck!) and you can choose between a plastic cup or a sugar waffle cone. 2 scoops will cost $ 2 and if you're really hungry, then a large cup of 3 sccops of assorted gelatos will cost $ 2.80

    Favorite Dish: the assorted gelatos that are very inexpensive, plus the waffle cone was delicous too.

    opens: 9:00 am to 8:00 pm everyday

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    Restaurants at Siem Reap Airport: Siem Reap Airport Restaurants

    by machomikemd Written Jun 24, 2012

    being a small airport, Siem Reap International Airport has not many shops inside both the arrival and departure areas. At the departure area, there are and some restaurants like baskin robbins, blue pumpkin, a wine bar, a taste of Asia. The restaurant lists here is small since the Siem Reap International Airport is a small airport hence there are few choices to dine or have a cup of java while waiting for you flight.

    Restaurants and Bar open at 6:00 am to 9:00 pm everyday

    Favorite Dish: you can have assorted asian dishes at the taste of asia restaurant, several sandwhiches and snacks plus coffee at the blue pumpkin, have a beer or cocktail or brandy at the only bar in the departure area next to a baskin robbins ice cream shop and have some ice cream at baskin robbins. Prices here are slightly higher since this is an airport.

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    Tonle Mekong Restaurant: KHMER and International BUFFET (2)

    by machomikemd Written Jun 24, 2012

    Part Two of My Tonle Mekong Restaurant Tips with more pictures.


    The Tonle Mekong Restaurant is the largest Buffet Restaurant in Siem Reap with a capacity of more than 1,000 persons seated inside . Like it's sister Restaurant, the Tonle Chaktomuk, it is a favorite of Tourists (Mostly the big Groups of South Korean, Japanese, Taiwanese, Mainland Chinese, Singaporean, Vietnamese, Filipino, etc) and private packaged tours also have lunch stops here. The restaurant is the Biggest Restaurant of a big cambodian restaurant chain with restaurants in Phnom Penh, and here at Siem Reap (Tonle Chaktomuk, Tonle Sap and Tonle Mekong)

    Tonle Mekong Restaurant specializes in both Cambodian and International Cuisines like Chinese, Thai, Korean, Japanese, American, etc. Tonle Chaktomuk specializes in Cambodian and Vietnamese Cuisine while Tonle Sap specializes in Classic Cambodian Food, all in a buffet setting.

    This Buffet Restaurant serves a variety of Cambodian and International goodies and is open from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm and dinner at 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm with a free Apsara Dinner show in the evenings and if you are a walk in diner, price of a buffet meal including free drinks with refills is $ 10 at lunch and $ 15 during dinner. It is located at the National Road 6.

    Favorite Dish: they have separate food counters beyond the center buffet for Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Vietnamese, American food which you can have too.

    International Buffet Menu (according to their website:)
    HOT DISH

    Steamed Rice
    Fried Rice with Egg
    Steamed Egg
    Steamed Pomfret -fish with soy sauce
    Steamed pork with Cabbage
    Bean curd with minced Pork
    Amok (Steamed fish)
    Fried pork sweet & sour sauce
    Jacket Potato
    Chicken wing with red wine sauce
    Fried pork with long bean
    Deep-fried Tonle sap-shrimps

    SOUP AND CURRY

    Shrimps in spicy soup (Tom Yam Kung)
    Green Curry with Pork
    Cream corn soup
    Crab meat soup
    Kim Chi soup
    Kim Chi (3 kinds of pickle vegetable)

    SALAD CORNER

    Freshly baked bread
    Rolls & Butter
    Marinated Salad
    Ham - Green Chili salad
    Tomato with mayonnaise
    Coleslaw

    Dressing:

    Mayonnaise
    Thousand Island
    Ceasar
    Cocktail

    Selection of Green Salad

    Sweet Greenchili
    Cucumber
    Tomato
    Carrot sticks
    Green beans
    Onion

    FOOD STALL
    Cambodian Food

    Cambodian Style Sandwiches
    Banh soung (Rice noodle style with sweet sauce & slice of pork)
    Pha Hok (Fish - Chilli dip Khmer style)
    Nam prik Kabi (Chili dip with shrimps past)

    Vietnamese Food

    Banh Hoiy ( Rice noodle Viet Nam style with slice of pork )
    Kim bap (Korean style)
    Crispy - Fried
    Crispy - Fried Potato
    Crispy - Fried Vegetable
    Spring rolls - vegetable
    Crispy - Fried Taro

    Food Corner

    Rice pudding & Chinese onion
    Fried Noodle - Pad Thai Fried Vegetable with Pork or Beef
    Papaya Salad, Grilled Pork & Sticky rice
    Stewed Pork-Leg
    Noodle Soup with Pork & Chicken

    FRESH FRUITS & DESSERT

    Dessert
    Ice Cream-Coconut
    Rice pudding
    Green Bean-Boiled in syrup
    Yellow Bean-Boiled in syrup
    Potato-Boiled in syrup
    Banana & Coconut Milk
    Yam (Boiled in Syrup)
    Taro
    Pumpkin
    Potato
    Coconut Jelly
    Sticky rice & banana

    Fresh Fruit in season

    Water Melon
    Pineapple
    Papaya
    Yam bean
    Fruits salad

    COFFEE & TEA & COMPLIMENTARY WATER

    Pure water
    Roselle water
    Bale-fruit water
    Pandanus leaf water

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