Khett Siem Reab Restaurants

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Khett Siem Reab Restaurants

  • Chan Rah II Restaurant

    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...

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  • The Blue Pumpkin

    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...

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  • Khmer Idea Restaurant

    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...

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  • Che Leang

    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...

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  • Old Markets

    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...

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  • Pub Street

    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...

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  • Red Piano

    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...

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  • Kitchen Angkor Chey

    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...

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  • Khmer Angkor Kitchen

    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...

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  • A popular resto on the other side of the...

    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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  • Pan Asian Restaurant at Siem Reap...

    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...

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  • Famous Coffee Shop and Pastries in Siem...

    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...

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  • Gelato Stand of the Lucky Mall

    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...

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  • Siem Reap Airport Restaurants

    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...

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  • KHMER and International BUFFET (2)

    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...

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  • KHMER and International BUFFET (1)

    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...

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  • Khmer & Vietnamese Buffet (2)

    Part Two of My Tonle Chaktomuk Restaurant tips with more pictures.The Tonle Chaktomuk Restaurant 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 part of a big cambodian restaurant...

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  • Khmer & Vietnamese Buffet (1)

    The Tonle Chaktomuk Restaurant 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 part of a big cambodian restaurant chain with restaurants in Phnom Penh, and here at Siem Reap (Tonle...

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  • Khmer & Asian Barbecue plus Apsara Dance...

    Part two of my SUKI BBQ Tips with more pictures:BBQ SUKI is a Khmer and Asian Style Barbecue restaurant which has two floors, the main tables with barbecue LPG Grillers is at the ground floor while the second flor has regular tables. The Restaurant is part of a big group of Restaurant Chain in Siem Reap call the Angkorw Group of Restaurants, owned...

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  • Khmer & Asian Barbecue plus Apsara Dance...

    BBQ SUKI is a Khmer and Asian Style Barbecue restaurant which has two floors, the main tables with barbecue LPG Grillers is at the ground floor while the second flor has regular tables. The Restaurant is part of a big group of Restaurant Chain in Siem Reap call the Angkorw Group of Restaurants, owned by a local Cambodian Company, they also have...

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  • Khmer Fusion Cuisine in Pub Street Alley...

    Part two of my Champey Restaurant Tips with more pictures.Champey Restaurant is a modern Khmer Fusion Cuisine and is part of a big group of Restaurant Chain in Siem Reap call the Angkorw Group of Restaurants, owned by a local Cambodian Company, they also have various restaurants located at the Passage at Pub Street Alley and at Pub Street next to...

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  • Khmer Fusion Cuisine in Pub Street Alley...

    Champey Restaurant is a modern Khmer Fusion Cuisine and is part of a big group of Restaurant Chain in Siem Reap call the Angkorw Group of Restaurants, owned by a local Cambodian Company, they also have various restaurants located at the Passage at Pub Street Alley and at Pub Street next to one another (Champey Restaurant, Cambodian Barbecue, Khmer...

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  • Khmer Restaurant Beside Red Piano 2

    Part two of my In Touch Restaurant Tips with more pictures.This will be my restaurant tips, I will have a separate nightlife tips for it.In Touch Restaurant is located at the start of Pub Street (Street 8) and the Intersection of Pub Street and Street 11, you cannot miss it as the pub street neon sign is beside the restaurant. Like other...

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  • Khmer Restaurant Beside Red Piano 1

    This will be my restaurant tips, I will have a separate nightlife tips for it.In Touch Restaurant is located at the start of Pub Street (Street 8) and the Intersection of Pub Street and Street 11, you cannot miss it as the pub street neon sign is beside the restaurant. Like other restaurants in Pub Street, In touch restaurant doubles as a Nightlife...

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  • Main Dining and Party Area of Siem Reap

    This will be my Pub Street Restaurant Tips:We have to thank the expatriate australian owner of ANGKOR WHAT? bar who made Street 8 (what PUB Street was known back then) the ultimate destination in Siem Reap after the hiking and walking of the Angkor Complex and Tonle Sap Lake. PUB STREET started as the lowly Street 8 where it served as an extension...

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  • Pub Street Alleys: The Passage...

    This will be My Pub Street Alleys Restaurant Tips.There are many dining opportunities along the Passage to Pub Street Alleys and they fit almost any budget plus they have happy hour specials too. Pub Street is just one small street from end to end is just about 400 meters long but like a spider, with a web around it, it has many alleys and side...

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  • Food Stalls at Old Market (Phsar Chas)

    This will be my Restaurant Tips on the Old Market Food StallsThe Old Market of Siem Reap (Psar Chas) is the busiest market in town due to it's central location just a stone's throw away from the touristy pub street and the alleys along pub street. It is even more popular than the newer Central market along Sivutha Boulevard for tourists and the...

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  • Main Restaurant of Prince D' Angkor...

    part two of my blue diamond restaurant tips with more pictures of the foodthe blue Diamond Restaurant is the Main Restaurant of the Prince d' Angkor Hotel and is open for 24 hours. They have both ala carte meals and buffets at breakfast, lunch and dinner. Since we are staying at this hotel, the breakfast buffet is included in the package but if you...

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  • Main Restaurant of Prince D' Angkor...

    this will be a two part tip with more pictures of the foodthe blue Diamond Restaurant is the Main Restaurant of the Prince d' Angkor Hotel and is open for 24 hours. They have both ala carte meals and buffets at breakfast, lunch and dinner. Since we are staying at this hotel, the breakfast buffet is included in the package but if you want to eat a...

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  • South Indian Food in Siem Reap

    I was on my way to visit a friend at Samotea Silks when this restaurant caught my eye, simply the Indian. A very Dravidian looking man, Keralite to the core, was standing in front so I began a conversation. He is from Trichur in Kerala an his name is Sajeesh, he is the owner manager of this establishment which boasts both north and south indian...

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  • Breakfast at Balcony !!

    A great place to start the day at Siem Reap is Balcony Cafe and Gallery. The restaurant in the central market area and is very clean with a very relaxed atmosphere. The food is very good, very economical and the service friendly and great. This place can make you start your day with a smile and a sated stomach. The menu has options for both...

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  • Lunch at a Roadhouse

    My best dining experience while I was in Siem Reap was at a family-run roadhouse. If you have access to transport I highly recommend this.The outdoor guest dining area is an extension of the family`s kitchen. I felt a bit invasive initially but in the end I was made to feel welcome.These restaurants are popular among the locals at night, but...

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  • The best cambodia food in town

    It is very occasional to find this restaurant since it is just located within a few steps from our guesthouse. But we feel very fortunate to find it as it provides the best cambodia food in town. All of us are on the backpack travel. But it is unbelievable we spent every dinner in this cosy restaurant to enjoy the local food. The service of the...

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  • Place to try Amok

    This is a very nice Restaurant. They claim that they serve the best amok in Siem Reap. It was definitely tasty but it was the only one we tried so we can not compare. The atmosphere is very nice if not even romantic. Lots of warm colors and mirrors, candle light. For sure an upscale touristic place and not the normal Cambodian place.

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  • Best ice cream in town!!

    This is a very trendy modern bakery (somewhat out of place compared to the rest of the country but great for a change) in the heart of town. It is as well a restaurant (serving meat dishes and everything) and lounge.Upstairs you can enjoy the air conditioning lying on beds while eating or drinking something tasty. It is a free Wifi spot.The place...

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  • Kampuccino Pizza & Restaurant

    Kampuccino Pizza & RestaurantThis lovely restaurant is on the river road. They have a great International & Khmer menu (not just pizza).The restaurant has been around for many years and is very popular.Breakfast is served all day and you can sit indoor or at the curbside seating.Soup serves are huge so watch out if you are ordering a main course as...

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  • You like spicy?

    They have a location in Phnom Penh as well. I'm a fan of spicy Indian but be careful what you wish for. They dish out fabulous curries, tandoori's and kormas. We thought we'd go with the local "flow" and ask for spicy and my nose didn't stop running for two days. Not the restaurant's fault. We asked for it. Plus, knowing we were adventurous...

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  • Sample of local fare

    The banner on the restaurant lists that this restaurant is listed in the lonely planet. It seemed that this place was run by a local chinese guy. He spoke to us in Mandarin when we told him we are from Singapore and proceed to show us the review he got from the web pages.We tried the platter which consists of amok fish, fresh spring rolls (which...

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  • Good local cuisine

    Was introduced to this restaurant by the driver on the way to the Hotel. Decided to give it a try and it was indeed pretty good. The food is local and reasonably priced.We had amok fish (local fish dish, a little like thai green curry), sour soup (a little like tom yum goong but without the spicy), fried mixed vegetables,local dumplings (like the...

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  • Cambodian Noodle

    When we were travelling from Land Mine Museum to Banteay Kdei, I saw some local shops and wanted to eat there. Our guide told us that they prepare Cambodian noodle which looks like Singaporean Laksa with some different herbs and spice. It was very delicious and so cheap. That was one of the lunches we enjoyed most in Siem Reap. Cambodian Noodle

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  • Touristic menu

    I wasn't much impressed with this restaurant, but the service was friendly and fast. The touristic menu gave me the impression that this is the restaurant where tour guides bring their customers and get free food or some commission. We tried beef, saba fish and salad. The portions were not that much for beef and it wasn't good. However, the grilled...

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  • Hawkers in Town Center

    There are many street vendors in Siem Reap Town Center. Mainly they sell noodles and some other types of food. They are quite clean and the food is delicious. Compared to the restaurants, you pay almost nothing for the food. If you stay a few nights in Siem Reap, at least leave one dinner to these hawkers. Noodles

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  • Nice show but average food

    Our guide Neang suggested us to watch the local dance show in this huge restaurant. We had the reservation earlier to get a good table to watch the dance show. It cost me 12 USD per person which is a huge price in Siem Reap. A great dance show with "Apsara Dancers" satisfied us. However, the buffet food was not interesting. I managed to eat some of...

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  • Great view

    There are a couple of simple open air Khmer restaurants opposite Sra Srang the (pool of Abultions) just east of Angkor Thom. The key here is the view across Sra Srang which is a large rectangular pool which looks very simliar to the Angkor Wat moat. The food is standard Khmer and well priced. Had a beef a a chicken stir fry. Tasty and substantioal...

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  • An undiscovered treat!

    Off the main tourist drag of Siem Reab, this funky cocktail bar / restaurant is hidden from the road. Inside is a wonderland of inspired, innovative decor and a great vibe. Recently opened (June 2008), this truly is a family run place where brothers and cousins assist the most charming pair of English speaking sisters who also help with the...

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