We visited this restaurant on our vacation as we both love Mediterranean food and had been given an excellent review from another traveler. Everything was very good, and nothing to complain about. First I had the Mediterranean salad which was so fresh and delicious. I highly recommend the very tasty chicken sandwich! The chef came out of the kitchen to see if we were enjoying our dinner. The restaurant is nice and clean. Lebanese music plays in the background.
The prices are amazingly cheap for the quality of the food. Prices from $2.50 to $3.50.
Staff were very friendly and attentive without being intrusive, top marks for that.
I would go again.
Favorite Dish: Chicken Sandwich was great
Just around the corner from the Mekong River Pub, after your mojito there head towards Saigon City 1 Vietnamese restaurant. once again, the maxim holds: where the tourists go the food is bad and where the locals eat the food is better and slightly pricier than the cheap food and expensive drink along the sisowath quay.
Again our dear VT friend Anita took us to restaurant round and in a way this restaurant is one of the best kind we have visited. Very local, as you can see from picture and we were the only "outsiders" there. Not in every tourist's path. Nice decorations and the menu was Khmer and Chinese mixture.
We let our hosts to decide the order and we ate different kind of fish, wholly grilled and one fish paste was served on a cut log and both were delicious. Mangos and Morning Glory, which are the best in Cambodia was included. Rice, of course, and curries if I remember correctly.
Asian and Western food and a lot of seafood!
The name of the restaurant didn't got to my film, but it was in second floor close to Pencil super marker in second floor close to hotel Cambodiana and Elephant park (Krom Ngoy Garden). Prices were very reasonable and we spend only 13$ to two plate and 5 beers.
Good choice, the food was good and price quality ratio was high.
From the terrace was a nice look to street food corner but, as this was our first day, we passed that ones. Later :)
Favorite Dish: The bill is in Khmer language so I cant say what we eat but other plate was noodles in the picture and the other was whole grilled fish (like mackerel).
Our dear VT friend took us to this restaurant and it was a perfect choice, thank you Anita! The restaurant is 3-floor site with almost a jungle feeling on the ground floor. A lot of plants and everything was green and in good shape.
We took places from 3rd floor terrace, cooling wind helped us to survive in 30 degrees C hotness (it was our first day on the trip). Excellent service and the food was superior.
This was a special evening, I have been member of VT 10 years, not active all the time, but I haven't met any VT members before. Today, after 10 years I met first VT member here and we had a small but important VT meeting here.
Favorite Dish: We were four and whole catering was:
- Rises (brown, plain and sticky)
- Num ka pi (as said in the invoice)
- Green curry
- Banana salad and
- Wine, beer and refreshments
Total bill was 47$.
This place is fantastic
If you order noodles, they are made on the spot out front, and cooked straight away for you.
Made the Chinese way, by hand with the pulling and twirling.
And very very reasonably priced as well.
David is the principal of a school in the countryside, and the restaurant helps fund the school, so all in all a worthwhile meal.
You will want to come back.
I never ate an evening meal at this place, but did have a lunch or three here.
Prices are cheap, beer good, (50c beer - 1/2 pint) , food good.
They serve Piza as you can imagine, but also other food as well as Khmer food.
We arrived around 8pm in PP so we ended up having our dinner in the Sorya Shopping Center. All of us missed eating in a fast food so we found ourselves in the BB world! BB world is like the local version of Mcdonald’s in the city.
The resto is very admiring since their products were locally produced and you can see how proud they are through their paper place mats. It’s written there the history and their 10 fruitful years in business.
Favorite Dish: The BB burger with French fries meal costs 5-12USD. It tasted good actually and the burger patty is very juicy!
The special thing about this resturant is the deco and the music
Nice warm music, be it a date, casual dining or dinner with business client
Favorite Dish: I have only tried the stuffed chicken thigh
The cheese and bacon in the chicken blend perfectly well when you bite
Recommended for cheese lover
Will be back for more
Operated by a Francais Marocaine, this restaurant has a faithful clientele and when one of them suggested we dine there, it was more than a welcome news.
The decor is attractive, the lighting comfortable and we sat outside on wicker chairs with ample space in between tables.
Service is good as one expects that in Cambodia but not servile.
Obviously it is a favourite spot of many of the expatriate community since i saw people sitting sipping a glass of wine and reading a book. others like us had come there for conversation and the hours just slipped by.
recommend this resto
couscous traditionel 2 tajine avec merguez 1
bottle of chilean red anakena 19 usd
the total bill was including tips 19 usd per person
Favorite Dish: see above
being aware of cuisine marocaine both in maroc et france, i can say that i enjoyed my couscous at le tamarin
The Cavern Pub is a English style pub set on 104st in Phnom Penh. The street 104 is better known for the large number hostess bars on it.
Being an English pub the food style is British and the price range is around the $6 for a large main dish.
The daily specials come with a free draught beer or soft drink so you can get a good steak with a beer on Thursday for around $7.
They have live music on Monday and a great collection of music and videos to choose from.
Favorite Dish: The filet steak on Thursday is aged in house then cooked sous vide style and finished on a char grill to give a nice charred flavour.
Khmer and Thai Cuisine and in fact the cuisine from the border areas of Cambodia-Thailand.
Lovely set up for a restaurant
a large resto indeed
you can sit on the floor on the first floor and feel the leaves
quiet street so not much noise
Favorite Dish: Tom Yoong Seafood, not as spicy as the Thai version, this was a Khmer version
the dinner for two people came up to 19 dollars , seven of which was for two fruit smoothies.
French Khmer at the Nyemo Khmer NGo helping women.
The Chef had worked at top hotels in Phnom Penh
The menu changes every other day
we were allowed to bring a bottle of our own
Favorite Dish: todays menu was
beignets du fromage
les calamars en poivre avec riz
crepe de chocolat
the set menu is 6 dollars per person
Since the Friends Restaurant was closed on Sunday, I was looking for an alternative. I found the Veiyo Tonle (River Breeze) Restaurant in a brochure in the hotel. It too supports a good cause, the New Cambodia Children's Life Association (NCCLA), and was on Sisowath Quay just a few blocks from the Fancy Guesthouse where I was staying. Their Khmer food was so good that I ended up eating at Veiyo Tonle three times in 1.5 days. It is good value also.
Favorite Dish: The green curry chicken ($4.00) was spiced just right for me. It was a delicious stew with chicken, eggplant, potatoes and green beans. A little special touch is that their rice ($0.50) is served in the shape of a heart. Their traditional Cambodian fish amok ($4.50) was quite good also.
I dont know the 'real' name of this coffee shop, when i was walking along of street 144. i saw this small coffee shop. a lot of people have a chit chat and watching television, none of them can speak English.
Favorite Dish: coffee with milk
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