Archive for the 'Phnom Penh' Category

Feb 03 2011

Fruity 3: Like a house party except not

Published by under Bars & nightlife

Tomorrow night sees the third installment of Fruity, a monthly club night that started in December and promises some of the best tunage in town. Dan Beck, formerly of Pontoon, will be DJing along with Cynthia Herman, aka Cyncity. This time they’ve got a special guest also on deck, Patrick Parco, who will be playing … read the full post

Jan 31 2011

Travel Tribe Phnom Penh

Published by under Events

This Thursday evening, travel professionals and enthusiasts will be meeting up to “share stories, ideas and drinks.” Travel Tribe was originally conceived in Sydney as a way for travel site owners to meet up and network. There are now Travel Tribe events in cities on three continents where travel writers, bloggers, start-ups, enthusiasts and expats … read the full post

Jan 24 2011

Celebrate the Scots at Garage

Published by under Bars & nightlife

Scotland’s favourite son, the Ploughman’s Poet, the Bard of Ayrshire, Robden of Solway Firth, Rabbie Burns … all names for the illustrious Robert Burns, also known as “Scotland’s bard” and the lyricist of classic New Year’s Eve jam Auld Lang Syne. Tomorrow (Tuesday, Jan 25) is the anniversary of Burns’ birth in 1759 and lest … read the full post

Jan 10 2011

New Year’s Resolution: Brunch at Raffles

Published by under Cafes & brunch

Last month Raffles Hotel Le Royal revamped its less-expensive brunch at Cafe Monivong (not to be confused with the $88 option at Le Royal) to offer an entirely Asian menu. Previously, the menu had been essentially a pared-down version of the French-inspired offerings at Le Royal. Now it’s sashimi, dim sum and various Southeast Asian … read the full post

Jan 09 2011

Vegetarian options in Phnom Penh

Published by under Vegetarian

As with most of Asia, finding truly vegetarian food in Phnom Penh can be a bit of a challenge. It’s not impossible, though, and a few excellent vegetarian restaurants in town serve up tasty dishes that don’t contain any prahok. Fate Blessing Buddha This unassuming little eatery is one you’d never stumble upon accidentally — … read the full post

Jan 06 2011

Mike’s Burger House

Published by under Western

For those in Phnom Penh looking for a little taste of home, Mike’s Burger House serves up some of Phnom Penh’s most-loved burgers that are noteworthy for being both toothsome and enormous. Proprietor Im Chenda, who goes by Mike, is originally from Battambang province, but at the end of the Khmer Rouge era fled to … read the full post

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