Angkor Wat

Restaurants in Cambodia

Rice and Fish are the main staple of the typical Cambodian diet though many dishes are prepared with beef, pork or chicken. Sea food is abundant in coastal areas with shrimps and crab among the favorites. Local specialties include Amok (fish-cooked in coconut milk) and a variety of soups, and curries similar in taste though not in spiciness to Thailand. Phnom Penh is truly cosmopolitan with Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Vietnamese, Malaysian, Nepalese, Indian, Turkish, Mexican, French, Western and other restaurants dotted around the capital.
AD A-Delivery
No. 36 Street 214
Tel: (011) 815805

Baggio's Pizza
No.14 Street 51

Baan Thai
No. 2 Street 306

Chef Deli
Corner of Streets 214 and 111

Foreign Correspondence Club of Cambodia (FCCC)
No. 363 Sisowath Blvd
Tel: (023) 427757

Ginga Japanese Restaurant
No. 295-297 Monivong Boulevard Khan 7 Makara
Tel: (023) 217323

Khmer Surin
No. 9 Street 57
Le Croisette
Corner of Sisowath Quay and Street 114
Tel: (012) 876032
Rendezvous Bar and Restaurant
Corner of Street 144 and Sisowath Quay
Royal India
No.310 Monivong Street

Saigon House
No. 121 Sisowath Quay

Tsui Hang Village Seafood Restaurant
No. 288A-290A Monivong Street
Tel: (023) 213328, (012) 871336