For travelers to Battambang, the chief attraction of Nary Kitchen is its namesake, the kitchen, both for its cooking classes and reputation for safe food that doesn’t upset sensitive foreign tummies. The staff are happy to let you check out … Continue reading
We’re not going to try and hide it, we are obsessed with food! We review all of the best restaurants in Cambodia and give you the low-down on street food, groceries, and eating locally.
Visitors to Southeast Asia have long been attracted by the prospect of exploring the region’s markets, street stalls, and hole-in-the-wall eateries. It is with misty eyes that people reminisce about meals eaten on journeys past in towns, villages, cities, and … Continue reading
By Robyn Eckhardt Smoky chicken sate plucked from a grill and dipped in sweet-spicy peanut sauce in a Jakarta alley. Steamed ground rice and jaggery cakes eaten from a banana leaf on a street corner in Penang. A mound of … Continue reading
With more and more supermarkets coming to Phnom Penh, we’ve updated this post (again) to add a few more! Despite Cambodia’s status as a developing country, its grocery stores are, compared to many neighboring countries, fantastic. Because Cambodia signed up … Continue reading
Once a peaceful river retreat between rice paddies, Sihanoukville’s Otres Village has quickly evolved into one of Cambodia’s coolest and most vibrant destinations. A short walk from Otres Beach, the village is home to locals, expats and tourists alike, offering … Continue reading
Cambodian cuisine is delicious, interesting, and varied, but there are few sit-down restaurants in Phnom Penh that do Khmer food justice. Restaurants with a pleasant ambiance also tend to be tourist-oriented, and are likely to serve an incoherent array of … Continue reading