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Sihanoukville Town

Eat and meet

Sihanoukville town

Sihanoukville town has a smattering of bars and restaurants scattered from one end to the other, with the main concentration of spots being along Ekareach St.

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    New Sea View Villa Restaurant
    4 stars

    Great food at cheap prices

    Serendipity Beach Road, Sihanoukville
    T: (092) 759 753, (017) 420 270

    Run by the same crew as New Sea View Guesthouse, this open-air restaurant near the bottom of Serendipity Beach Road is known for its delicious food and drinks at bargain prices. Come between 17:00 and 19:00 for the "2+2=$10" special, which means you get two entrees and two main courses for ... read more

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    Espresso Kampuchea
    4 stars

    Comfortable and cosy

    Sopheakmongkol St, next to Freedom Bar
    T: (097) 717 1885

    Comfortable and cosy Espresso Kampuchea is a real cafe with real coffee, serving up great espresso and a variety of other cafe goodies. Their lattes are measurably better than most in Cambodia due to the very entertaining English owner's insistence on sourcing fresh milk. With a mellow soundtrack ... read more

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    Luna D'Autunno
    4 stars

    Excellent

    68 Independent St
    T: (034) 934 280

    There are now two Luna D'Autonno's in Cambodia and three in Vietnam. As you'd expect from the crisp tablecloths and oversized wine cooler, the menu is expensive, and extensive. A mix of ingredients, local (homemade pasta and fresh seafood) and imported (European meats and cheeses) makes for ... read more

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    Holy Cow
    4 stars

    A meal at the Cow is a must.

    Ekareach St
    T: (012) 478 510

    Holy Cow took its name from a local bovine with mysterious healing powers. While a bite of the beef cottage pie may not be curative, it sure is comforting. The menu, though mostly Western, transcends the ordinary burger and pizza offerings. Interesting salads, jacket potatoes and sandwiches means ... read more

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    Ku Kai
    4 stars

    Best Japanese in town

    144 7 Makara St
    T: (012) 593 339

    Hidden down a nondescript side street in downtown Sihanoukville, Ku Kai offers the best Japanese cuisine you'll find in town and it's very affordable as well. Really. It’s a restaurant. I swear. When we say “hidden” we mean “hidden”. You may read it’s across from the restaurant ... read more

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    Starfish
    4 stars

    Delicious cookies

    Behind Samudera Market
    T: (012) 952 011

    Starfish is a project designed to help disabled Khmers help themselves, offers delicious cookies, brownies, quiches and other treats in a quiet garden setting. Coffee is good, too, making this a great spot to curl up with a book for a few hours. Staff are also being trained in massage and they need ... read more

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    The Britannia
    3.5 stars

    Sunday roast!

    St 109, block after Freedom Bar
    T: (016) 647 650

    If you're missing your Sunday roasts, stop by The Britannia on a Sunday at 15:00. If you miss that, don't fret as they also serve up other English treats, like gammon, rashers, mushy peas, pasties and fish and chips, every day of the week. Although not particularly cosy, it's a good place to grab a ... read more

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    Cafe Sushi
    3.5 stars

    #25 Ekareach St

    #25 Ekareach St
    T: (016) 487 866

    This is one of the only places in Sihanoukville town that busies themselves serving up real sushi and sashimi — it's Japanese-owned and they have a few good specials each day like octopus, tuna and various salt-grilled fishes. In an unusual slant, Cafe Sushi also organise fishing tours if you ... read more

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    Fisherman's Den
    3.5 stars

    A sports bar that means business

    Ekareach St
    T: (012) 702 478;(016) 784 811

    This is a sports bar that means business. They've three satellite dishes, with a fourth on the way, streaming sporting events from all over the world. Kiwi-owned, they particularly make sure that all of the rugby, cricket and Scottish football matches are shown, as are special events like the Super ... read more

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    Don Bosco Hotel School
    3.5 stars

    Gelato Italiano

    Makara St
    T: (034) 933 765; (097) 970 3834

    A block away fron Luna D'Autunno is the Don Bosco Hotel School, where you can enjoy more tasty food and support another worthy venture. The school trains at-risk Cambodian youths to work in the tourism industry. A group of these polite, professional students staff the Gelato Italiano. The cuisine ... read more



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