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    DEAD FISH TOWER: CRAZY BUILDING

    by davidjo Written May 21, 2012

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    This is a strange building on Sivatha Street with floors on different levels, with low tables and cushions. You even pass by a pool full of crocodiles on the way to the toilet. the food is excellent here and there are Aspara Dance performances on a small stage too. Even if you don't eat hre just pass by and take a look at the place.

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    many pubs and restaurants: HAPPY HOUR

    by davidjo Written May 21, 2012

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    If you are a beer drinker you will enjoy the area around pub street and the market as many places offer "Happy Hour" and no matter what time of day it is you will find a cheap beer somewhere on offer.

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    VIVA RESTAURANT: SURPRISE, SURPRISE-MEXICAN FOOD

    by davidjo Written May 21, 2012

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    I discovered this restaurant by chance as i had to find a toilet very quickly indeed, so after rushing in i decided to have a drink, perused the menu and ordered tortillas and burritos. When i lived in the USA we frequented many Mexican Restaurants but the food here was the best i ever ate and came back twice more and can recommend the Steak Chimichaga and the pizzas, all served at a very reasonable price.

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    Father's Restaurant: Best Amok in town? You be the judge

    by BorneoGrrl Written Sep 1, 2011

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    Amok
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    Father's Restaurant is a great place to try out the Khmer cuisine because there is a variety of local favorites and more available at affordable prices. It's located at the Central Market, in an open air food court. "Father" will recommend you some of the favorite dishes and cook them fresh for you. His "amok" dish is touted as the best in Siem Reap.

    There's an impressive website set up to promote Father's restaurant and you can decide on what you want. There's also western & Chinese dishes but when in Cambodia ......

    Pro :
    Good inexpensive food
    Friendly service
    Free wifi

    Con:
    Since it's open air, the stifling weather did bother me a bit while eating spicy foods

    Favorite Dish: I'm salivating just thinking about it but my favorites have to be the Amok and Khmer red curry, washed down with fresh fruit juices.

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    Soup Dragon: Vietnamese Pho in Siem Reap

    by BorneoGrrl Written Sep 1, 2011

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    Pho Bo or Vietnamese beef noodles
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    Soup Dragon serves mostly Vietnamese cuisine for breakfast till late, so whenever you need a Pho (Vietnamese noodles in a clear refreshing broth) fix, drop by and order from a variety of noodles served with either chicken or beef. I had breakfast here and ordered the Pho Bo special, noodles in beef broth with beef balls, briskets, tripe and all sorts of goodies.

    In the evening, you can chill out on one their 3 floors and watch people go by. There's also free wifi and some travel information at the restaurant.

    Inexpensive food & drinks, including beer, located conveniently at the corner of Pub Street & Hospital Street.

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    The Blue Pumpkin: Trendy & cool place for desserts & wifi

    by BorneoGrrl Updated Sep 1, 2011

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    The Blue Pumpkin is a franchise located at several locations in Siem Reap and Phnom Penh. The one I went to is located near the Old Market. It stands apart from other coffee & desserts outlets because it has this "all white" modern look to it. They also serve breakfast, sandwiches and burgers when you've had your fill of amok & curry.

    There are 2 floors, downstairs selling all sorts of delicious pastries and ice-cream and then there's upstairs where the "Cool Lounge" is. The Cool Lounge, reminiscent of a Miami-esq club, is where you can escape the heat to an air-conditioned room with long sofa or beds, to have some ice-cream while surfing the net.

    Opens 06:00-22:00 everyday

    Favorite Dish: The chocolate ice-cream with liquor is so yummy on a hot day

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    Il Forno: As good as in Italy

    by BorneoGrrl Updated Sep 1, 2011

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    I came here twice in 3 days, nuff said :)

    Situated in a small lane off Pub Street, this little restaurant packs a mighty culinary punch from a simple menu and authentic Italian food. The decor is equally simple, predominantly in blue & white, lending a Mediterranean feel to it. White table & chairs fit tightly along the lane while a couple more share a small space with the counter and pizza oven. It's also open air so there's no air-conditioning if you want to escape the heat & humidity of Siem Reap. Nevertheless, the food & service is enough to make you forget about it.

    The menu is simple, offering a range of delicious pastas, pizzas and other traditional Italian fare. There is also a wine selection and I opted for white wine instead due to the stifling weather during my stay. The prices are on the high side for Cambodians but inexpensive for Italy. However, the prices are justifiable due to imported & quality ingredients. Definitely worth returning to.

    Opening hours: 12noon to 11pm

    Favorite Dish: I had delicious bruschetta & prosciutto pizza.

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    Blue Pumpkin: Caffeine fix

    by aberacadabra Written Apr 18, 2011
    Blue Pumpkin

    If you need a decent Latte or Capucino - the Blue Pumpkin brews a decent cup. Just don't expect anything fancy.

    Favorite Dish: Nothing favorite. Just like to stretch my feet out on one of those sofas after a long day trekking through temples.

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  • Ecstatic Pizza: Good Pizza & More

    by SRPPA Updated Apr 4, 2011

    I have eaten at Ecstatic Pizza several times, and I usually eat there when I am in Siem Reap. Every time it has been a good experience. The food is great, and the owner is very friendly.
    The last time I was there, I started with a Feta Cheese appetizer. Its called an appetizer, but it was huge! It was actually enough for 2 people. The vinaigrette dressing was delicious. Since there name is Ecstatic Pizza, of course I always have a pizza. They have about 20 different kinds of pizza, and they always come with plenty of cheese. The style in Cambodia is to make pizzas with thin crust, but you can order thick crust if you like.
    They also have breakfasts (English, Western, Brunch), and they specialize in omelets with about 10 different kinds. Prices are quite reasonable.

    Favorite Dish: I also like their Eggplant Parmesan. Very tasty sauce and lots of cheese!

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    Maharajah Restaurant: the best curry in siem reap

    by Paco_Francisco Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Never thought that Indian food would be this good in Siem Reap but it was.
    We love Indian food and found real quality at Maharajah. Without a doubt, one of the best indian food I had so far...Delicious,
    We ate here a couple of times during our stay in siem reap, and all the times the dishes we chose were absolutely delicious. Their chicken karahi and channa curry in particular were great, as was their nan bread. The service was quick enough,
    Just be aware of the spice level and speak to the owner who can adjust to your tastes.
    The bill wasn't at all painful and their customer turnover showed that they were well known. Well worth a visit.

    Favorite Dish: Qeema Nan and Shami kabab was amazing and unforgettable. palak paneer and garlic nan also quite nice. BBQ chicken was crispy and authentic.

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    Maharajah Restaurant: Best Indian Food In Siem Reap

    by riffatnoreen Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    If you want authentic Indian food, this is the place to go. Located at middle of Old, Central and Night Markets. It's a clean & safe place with the best food during my trip. The freshness and spices really stood out. The food is generally of a much higher quality than other Indian restaurants.
    Extensive Photo menu had a very nice selection of North Indian Dishes. Prices are very less then my expectations.
    I have dined here many times & been pleased each time.
    My most favorite Paneer korma was some of the softest and creamiest paneer curry with cashew I've ever had. Stuffed Vegetable Nan was extremely tasty I could eat it everyday.
    Chicken Curry was very different from typical Curry I've had before.
    Thali Set was refreshing and a delicious variety of meat, vegetables and fish.
    Tandoori was Excellent BBQ Chicken and Mutton Biryani was the best, I could also eat that everyday. There are also wide variety of Indian Tea, shakes, juices, Lassies (I recommend Mango lassie).I also ordered the mix raita with almost every meal, I love it. The staff are very polite and efficient. Good service, best food, very reasonable price - would recommend highly to anyone visiting Siem Reap.

    Favorite Dish: Tandoori is Excellent BBQ Chicken, Thali Set is refreshing and a delicious variety of meat, vegetables and fish.Chicken Curry is very different from typical Curry.
    Mutton Biryani is the best,wide variety of Indian Tea, shakes, juices, Lassies (I recommend Mango lassie).mix raita with almost every meal,Paneer korma is some of the softest and creamiest paneer curry with cashew.

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    Maharajah Restaurant: Authentic Indain Cuisine In Siem Reap

    by mehravinodpp Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    I am living in Phnom Penh and working with Indian medicine company, Due to my work I frequently visit to siem reap. I have been eating at Maharajah restaurant since 2005. The food is wonderful and I have never found another Indian Restaurant in the whole of Cambodia to compare. I am vegetarian and tried here all vegetarian dishes several times, especially love Gobi Masala and Bangan Bharta at this place. The waiting staff are always polite and extremely friendly and I am always warmly greeted when I visit there. I have introduced numerous friends to the Maharajah and they always rave about the wonderful food after a visit. I would highly recommend all lovers of Indian food to visit this wonderful restaurant. You will not be disappointed.

    Favorite Dish: My most of days lunch at maharajah Indian restaurant. It is the best experience in town that has mentioned it into the all tourist guidebooks and web sites, I would gladly keep this taste to myself and introduced this place to all my friends. The food is incredible--amazing north Indian, the likes of which I've only seen before in Lahore and Delhi. I have developed a addiction for traditional yogurt drinks ( lassies) and BBQ chicken boneless. The value too is incredible,( very reasonable). Excellent food with great service. Surely you too were feel so happy after got tasty food at this place.

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  • Fresh at Chilli Si-Dang: Great Food on the Beautiful Riverside

    by tonydonovan Written Mar 22, 2011

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    this restaurant/bar is a piece of heaven in this town. overlooking the siem reap river the views are beautiful. a couple of minutes from the busy pub street this place has a relaxed atmosphere with helpful staff the restaurtant has a friendly feel. with a good following of expats and tourists this bar always has somebody interesting to talk to. a great place for someone who likes a slightly quieter environment this is a must in siem reap!!!

    Favorite Dish: the food in Fresh at Chilli Si-Dang has an eclectic mix of dishes from all over. my particular favourites were the falafels and hummus and pita. the burgers are hugh and full of flavour honestly some of the best ive had. everything on the menu is of a high standard which explains the ever so slightly more expensive prices compared to other places around but it is well worth every penny.

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  • New Delhi Indian Restaurant: Classic Indian Food

    by SRPPA Written Mar 14, 2011

    This Indian food restaurant in Siem Reap, serves excellent food, and is very reasonably priced. The Chicken Masala (a kind of chicken curry) has nice pieces of chicken, and is not too spicy. But you can order the level of spice you want. Meals are served with either rice or naan. The Pakoda is exceptionally tasty. An entire meal including drink is only about $5. The service is good, and alcohol is available. They also serve vegetarian food.
    Please note that they make everything to order, and some dishes may take some time to prepare, especially if they are busy. You should ask how long it will take for your order.
    If you like good Indian food, or even if you haven’t tried Indian food, travelers to Siem Reap should give it a try.
    They are open from 8am to 11pm.

    Favorite Dish: My favorites are the Pakoda (a dumpling stuffed with potato & spices), and Dum Subz Bahar (stuffed tomato cooked in a spicy sauce)!!!!

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    Blue Pumpkin: A fun spot

    by JessieLang Written Mar 9, 2011

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    Blue Pumpkin-2nd floor dining

    It's a little hard to categorize this place--some Khmer food, but also pasta, sandwiches, and really good salads. It also has the best ice cream in town. Great place for lunch

    The restaurant is on 3 levels--the second floor has big sofas where you can sit and connect to Wi-Fi as you have lunch, and a few tables by the window overlooking the street. The third floor (which I didn't see) is supposed to be non-smoking.

    Favorite Dish: I had a big salad--safe and delicious. And then some ice cream.

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