Needless to say, there are so many Cambodian restaurants offering the delight of Cambodia food experience in Siem Reap. Some of them okay, some of them good, and some simply delicious.
Although Siem Reap is a tiny city, it does have a variety of food available. You can choose anything from French cuisine, to Indian, Italian, Western, Korean, Japanese, Chinese, or Mexican cuisine. Vegetarian and halal food restaurants are also available.
So you have plenty of places to choose from if for any reason your stomach doesn’t agree with the Cambodian food that is available everywhere.
Below are some of the restaurants I’ve tried,but if you’ve found a restaurant that you really love please do share the name of the restaurant and why you love it! Because the more the merrier, and of course because life is so much better with great food.
Amok Restaurant on Pub Street’s Passage
If this is your first time trying Cambodian food? Why not start with amok, their national dish?
This coconut based ‘curry’ dish is flavorful without being too strong and is familiar enough to many taste buds. The perfect choice for a first time encounter with Cambodian food.
Amok at the passage
The Red Piano on Pub St.
With its corner location, this Cambodian restaurant is probably the most prominent in Pub Street. You can enjoy your meal on the balcony upstairs, that way you have a great view of the scenery below.
View from Red Piano’s balcony
Le Tigre de Papier on Pub St.
Le Tigre de Papier (The Paper Tiger) is one of those cute restaurants in Siem Reap. It has good food, free internet, free Wi-Fi, fast service, book exchange, and a cooking class. What more can you ask for?
Le Tigre de Papier seen from Pub St.
FCC Angkor Restaurant on Pokambor Ave.
This restaurant has a relaxing view, great service, good food, and comfortable surroundings. I’d go here again in a heartbeat. I think this is one of the nicer Siem Reap restaurants.
Relaxing view at FCC Angkor
Madam Sachiko Cookies and Cafe Puka Puka, on the road to Angkor Wat.
You simply must stop by Café Puka Puka and the Madam Sachiko Cookies store on your way back from Angkor Wat. The cookies and the shake are just the perfect way to end your Angkor Wat day tour
The best drink ever
Traditional Khmer Food Restaurant on Pub Street’s Passage
The Khmer curry at this restaurant is really good! Come here if you’re looking for good, hearty, cheap Cambodian food at a nice Cambodian restaurant. They have a $3.25 daily special which includes food and drink.
Cambodian owned and run restaurant
Curry Walla on Sivatha Blvd.
One of Siem Reap’s restaurants was dubbed as the restaurant with Best Value for Money in 2006, and that is Curry Walla on Sivatha Blvd. I decided to try it based on that claim alone. It turns out the food is good; there’s fast, free internet; and they do delivery also. See a page of the menu here.
Curry Walla from the sidewalk
Chamkar on Pub Street’s Alley
Looking for a vegetarian restaurant in Siem Reap? Chamkar is one of them, and it’s easily one of the best restaurants I’ve tried in town. The food was simply delicious! Whether or not you’re a vegetarian, don’t miss trying out this restaurant. They serve Cambodian food here, but I think it’ll suit most tastebuds.
What’s Your Favorite Cambodian Restaurant in Siem Reap?
Please do share with other visitors your favorite restaurant in Siem Reap. What did you like about it? Great food? Great price? Great location? Free internet? Free delivery?
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What Other Visitors Have Said
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Looking for Halal Cambodian restaurants in Siem Reap?
Surprisingly, there are many of them. From Indian, to Malaysian, to Vietnamese, to Cambodian. So there’s no need to worry about getting halal food while in Siem Reap, just come!