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Siem Reap

Eat and meet

Khmer

  • Cuisine Wat Damnak
    4.5 stars

    Will redefine your relationship with food

    Wat Damnak Area
    T: (077) 347 762

    Few restaurants generate such a stir of anticipation when they open, and fewer yet such consensus: Cuisine Wat Damnak is amazing. The weekly changing set menus are dedicated to bringing you Cambodian food, but this food is so good it transcends boundaries, and the owner/chef, Joannes Riviere, and ... read more

  • The Old House
    4 stars

    Good value Khmer food with class

    Pi Thnou St (opposite Siem Reap provincial hospital), Old Market Area, Siem Reap
    T: (012) 493 948

    About 100 metres from the northern end of Pub Street but a million miles from the genuine free Apsara shows, authentic Cambodian snake and crocodile barbecues and myriad piscene pedicure tanks, you will find a small haven of tranquility, a very classy little Khmer-owned and managed restaurant ... read more

  • The Sugar Palm
    4 stars

    The best amok in town

    Taphul Road
    T: (063) 964 838

    When one of Britain's top chefs, Gordon Ramsey, was looking for a place to go to learn how to cook Khmer food, he went to Sugar Palm. This is a favourite among expats when visitors come to town and they want to showcase the best of Cambodian cooking served in a magnificently preserved traditional ... read more

  • Mr Grill
    4 stars

    Sizzling

    Wat Bo Road
    T: (012) 645 772

    Popular with everyone: expats, locals and visitors, Mr Grill has a massive Khmer menu of grills and more (that you can barbecue yourself on the table). The open-air restaurant on Wat Bo Road is something of an institution in Siem Reap, and the busy atmosphere is infectiously dynamic, especially if ... read more

  • Eat with your heart: NGO restaurants in Siem Reap
    3.5 stars

    Fill up and help out

    If you are what you eat, then it’s hard to beat the opportunity to tuck into delicious, healthy food at the same time as supporting a worthwhile cause. Perhaps the way to Cambodia’s heart is through your stomach. Siem Reap has at least four NGO cafés and restaurants, though there’s bound to ... read more

  • How to cook real Cambodian food
    3.5 stars

    Get started

    A few years ago, a young French chef came to Siem Reap as a volunteer to train the students at Sala Baï, an NGO that every year trains about 100 young disadvantaged Cambodians from the surrounding area in the arts of cooking, front of house, house-keeping and waiting tables. The school has a solid ... read more

  • Cambodian food basics
    3.5 stars

    A primer

    Much maligned as the unsavoury cousin of spicier and more glamorous Thai food, real Cambodian cooking is unfortunately under-appreciated by many visitors to Cambodia, although this is hardly their fault. Among the reasons is their simple lack of awareness. “People are familiar with Vietnamese ... read more

  • Fancy a pho? Look no further...
    3.5 stars

    The soup that has it all

    Oh, pho, fabulous pho! To the uninitiated it might sound like it’s only soup, and really who’d want to rhapsodise about soup. But to those in the know about pho, it’s so, so much more than that. This is a soup that has it all. There are many variations but at the heart of it, there’s the ... read more

  • Siem Reap's night food stalls
    3.5 stars

    Sizzling!

    You wouldn’t believe they were hardly here only two years ago. There’s something about night food stalls in Asia that makes you feel you’ve tapped into something ageless, but in Siem Reap the bustling, sizzling, richly aromatic grills are relatively recent additions. ... read more

  • Fancy Cambodian food in Siem Reap
    3.5 stars

    Upmarket local fare

    Cambodian food does get a bit of a bad rap compared to its neighbours, for numerous reasons of varying soundness, and it can seem incongruous therefore to even associate the words “posh”, “Khmer” and “nosh” (a bit like trying to think of snazzy Welsh food), but associate them you can, ... read more

  • Street food
    3.5 stars

    Great value eats

    Siem Reap is full of restaurants but where to find very simple, very cheap street food? ... read more

  • Marum
    3.5 stars

    A worthy splurge.

    #8A, B Slokram Village, by Wat Po Langka
    T: (017) 363 284

    The fifth installment from the well-established Tree Alliance group of hospitality training school restaurants, Marum has a lot to live up to. Joining the esteemed ranks of Phnom Penh’s popular Romdeng and Friends restaurants, Marum is the newest of the set and first to land in Siem Reap. ... read more

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    Green Star Restaurant
    3.5 stars

    Dining for a cause

    End of Wat Bo Rd, Siem Reap
    T: (092) 255 241

    About a five- to 10-minute walk from Pub Street it doesn’t take long to leave the bustle behind and find the laidback, local ambiance at not-for-profit Green Star restaurant. ... read more

  • Cambodian BBQ
    3.5 stars

    A mini-grill on your table

    The Passage
    T: (063) 966 052

    This isn't the cheapest dinner in town but it's fun and different, and a popular spot. Barbecue grills, with a rounded metal plate over hot coals and often surrounded by a "moat" for soup, are very common in Cambodia and the shared experience of cooking and serving up your own food is always ... read more

  • Chamkar
    3.5 stars

    Cosy and friendly

    The Passage
    T: (092) 733 150

    A huge hit with vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike, this very pretty restaurant stands out on The Passage for its elegant decor. The space here is small and intimate, but it always manages to be comfortable, and the location in the middle of The Alley means you're in a prime spot, yet you feel ... read more

  • The Square 24
    3.5 stars

    Khmer fine dining

    Street 24, Wat Bo Area
    T: (063) 5555 492

    A new take on the Khmer fine dining experience takes root in this smart, contemporary restaurant. Create your own dishes from a range of ingredients, or choose from a selection of "inescapable classics". Square 24 is an open-plan restaurant set in a beautifully manicured garden which is a nice ... read more

  • Soup Dragon
    3.5 stars

    Popular

    Near Old Market
    T: (063) 964 933

    Billed as the first restaurant on Pub Street, Soup Dragon has a massive menu of Khmer and Vietnamese dishes, as well as Western options including pastas, burgers and so on. A popular spot at any time of day, the staff are friendly and everything is very reasonably priced. Downstairs, you can sit ... read more

  • Khmer Kitchen
    3.5 stars

    Always tasty

    Street 9 & Pub Street Alley, Old Market Area
    T: (063) 964 154 or (012) 763 468

    With its deep red and warm yellow decor, lively atmosphere and rows of wooden tables, Khmer Kitchen bears an uncanny resemblance to a Spanish venta or a Mexican cantina. But the similarity ends with the decor and what you will actually find at this busy eatery in Siem Reap’s tourist centre are ... read more

  • Champey
    3.5 stars

    Fine Khmer food

    The Passage, behind Bar St, through to the Old Market
    T: (063) 964 713

    Beautiful decor and an effort to create some of the finest Khmer food in the Pub Street area make this place stand out. They aim to create Khmer royal cuisine and the food is some of the best Khmer fare available in downtown and the Old Market-facing part of the restaurant is ideal for people ... read more

  • Amok
    3.5 stars

    Classic Khmer food

    The Passage, behind Bar St
    T: (063) 965 407

    This is a sister restaurant to the slightly more upmarket Champey, right next door, and also serves classic Khmer dishes, prepared to a high standard. While Amok Restaurant is named after the Cambodian classic amok dish, what is really worth trying is their banana flower salad — yummo! ... read more

  • Viroth's
    3 stars

    Uupmarket fine Khmer cuisine

    246 Wat Bo St
    T: (012) 826 346

    Having eaten here several times, Viroth's stands out as the place to go if someone in your group is really petrified of Khmer food, but would like to say that they tried it. The short menu sticks to the staples, then turns down the flavour, and the food is entirely unthreatening. This place is ... read more

Cafes

  • La Boulangerie
    4 stars

    Great breakfasts and salads

    Street 7
    T: (063) 6901 501

    La Boulangerie has usurped the Blue Pumpkin as the best bakery in town in the opinion of many. This very sweet, locally owned and run cafe serves up some excellent value breakfasts, great coffee, and really good value lunches, including salads, sandwiches and quiches. Immensely popular with the ... read more

  • Blue Pumpkin
    4 stars

    Amazing pastries and ice-cream

    Near Old Market, Siem Reap
    T: (012) 946 227

    The original Blue Pumpkin is still going strong, though has extended its reach with several outlets all over town. Blue Pumpkin is always a surprise for anyone who's just arrived in Siem Reap thanks to their highly contemporary look, and the blessed relief of the air-con which you'll find ... read more

  • Coffee in Siem Reap
    3.5 stars

    Go for hot and steamy

    I know some prefer it cool, smooth and slow, but I have to confess I’m a major fan of hot and steamy. Of course, this does usually result in short lived affairs, but I don’t know anyone who could handle that much intensity for longer anyway. Especially with the Italians, God do the Italians ... read more

  • Afternoon tea in Siem Reap
    3.5 stars

    Indulge

    I recently discovered that German baronesses and French princesses can be counted among my forebears, which might explain why I’ve still never set foot in a KFC. It would have been better if the witches hadn’t apparently spent absolutely everything, leaving me with nothing but their tastes, but ... read more

  • The Hive
    3.5 stars

    Cool respite, Western food

    631 Psar Kandal St, Behind Angkor Riviera Hotel
    T: (097) 763 3484

    Just round the corner from Common Grounds cafe, The Hive has proven to be one of the most popular additions to Siem Reap’s ever-expanding cafe scene. Diners return time and time again like bees to the honeypot for consistently good, tastes-like-home, Western food at this Australian-run eatery. ... read more

  • Cafe Central
    3.5 stars

    Classy for a meal or chill-out

    Corner of Street 11 and Street 9, Old Market area, Siem Reap
    T: T: (017) 692 997

    Cool and breezy Cafe Central occupies the ground floor of a classic cream-coloured colonial building on a commanding corner spot opposite Siem Reap’s Old Market. Set midway between the slow flowing river and one end of the town’s celebrated Pub Street, the location is hard to beat. With shady ... read more

  • Angkor Cafe
    3 stars

    Flash Angkor option

    Opposite Angkor Wat
    T: (012) 946 227

    Sometimes, when the heat and tiredness of trudging around Angkor sets in, the only cure is a pastry or ice-cream and great big coffee. Part of the Blue Pumpkin chain, it doesn't open till 08:00, though the Pub Street restaurant is open as early as 05:00. The Angkor Café faces the ... read more

International

  • Haven Training Restaurant
    4.5 stars

    Enjoy an outstanding meal for a good cause

    Sok San Street (20m behind X-Bar)
    T: (078) 342 404

    There are few restaurants in Siem Reap, if any other, where you need to book a couple of days in advance in high season to be sure to get a seat. The well-deserved popularity of Haven Training Restaurant means you need to plan this one in advance and not just rock up if the idea of quality, fairly ... read more

  • L'Oasi Italiana
    4.5 stars

    Tropical Italian

    Wat Bo
    T: (092) 418 917

    A super-lush tropical garden with a series of discreet shelters housing their own single table dining areas are just part of what makes L'Oasi special. The all-Italian menu is as you would expect, but the attention to details are what makes it. Unable to source ingredients that were up to their ... read more

  • Abacus
    4.5 stars

    A real treat

    Off Route 6 (Behind Acleda Bank)
    T: (012) 644 286

    A classic French menu in a romantic garden or elegant interior setting, impeccable service and incredible food mean a trip to Abacus is always a special occasion. The focus is French, but with some special Asian twists in places. Special dishes include arguably the best carpaccio in town, and a ... read more

  • Il Forno
    4.5 stars

    Superstar Italiano

    The Lane
    T: (078) 208 174

    Authentic Italian cooking in an inviting, relaxed but very thoughtful streetside restaurant. Il Forno went from non-existence to pre-eminence in about 24 hours flat. Created by a young Italian family, the rich aroma of authenticity wafts from every dish. Their pizzas are crisp and thin based, ... read more

  • Ivy 2
    4 stars

    Vegetarians and tapas lovers' delight

    Off Pokambor Avenue
    T: (012) 800 860

    A relaxed, open-terrace festooned with greenery and some of the most highly-rated vegetarian food in town make this a go-to spot for many. Ivy 2 has possibly the biggest vegetarian menu in town, and whether you're a vegetarian or meat-lover, their cheesey mash will have you swooning. Their ... read more

  • Le Tigre De Papier
    4 stars

    Deservedly popular

    Pub Street
    T: (012) 659 770; (012) 265 811

    Like many eateries in Siem Reap, there is a bit of everything on the menu. Well located in the heart of Pub Street, Le Tigre De Papier relies on the winning formula of good service, good food and good prices. The menu seems to offer a little bit of everything for everybody, French, Italian, ... read more

  • Fresh at Chilli Si Dang
    4 stars

    Relaxed and friendly

    Wat Bo
    T: (017) 875 129

    Set on the east bank of Siem Reap river, Fresh at Chilli Si Dang offers airy streetside and riverside eating with prices that are reasonable and service that is prompt and quite chatty. A small, relaxed and friendly bar, this is a good place to drop into if you want to find out what's happening in ... read more

  • Vegetarian food in Siem Reap
    3.5 stars

    Can be a bit of a challenge

    Unlike India, it’s not easy in Cambodia to find a sympathetic ear if you’re a vegetarian. Instead, you will be confronted with everything ranging from open disbelief, to dark mutterings that the barang is clearly mad, to acts of rebellion with secret sprinklings of shrimp or bacon bits. And ... read more

  • Best supermarkets in Siem Reap
    3.5 stars

    Midnight munchies?

    So many tourist markets, boutiques, jewellers and craft shops in Siem Reap can make shopping here a real pleasure. On the other hand, if you have a case of the midnight munchies, or just need batteries, its charms can seem a little over-worked. The practical things in life can rarely be found in ... read more

  • The Siem Reap mega-breakfast round-up
    3.5 stars

    Breakfast like a king

    They say you should breakfast like a king, and they also say you should start the day as you mean to carry on. So a right royal brekkie is clearly the only way to go or people will think you’re depressed. More to the point, temple hopping around Angkor and its surrounds is hard work, and a good ... read more

  • Italian restaurants in Siem Reap
    3.5 stars

    The restaurants are fantastic

    Cambodia may be a Johnny-come-lately on the Southeast Asia tourist trail, but there’s one area where they’ve already caught up with, even exceeded, their neighbours. The restaurants here (in both Siem Reap and Phnom Penh) are fantastic. The Cambodian culinary scene has developed in less than ... read more

  • Tapas in Siem Reap
    3.5 stars

    Praise be, in that case, for tapas

    For many people searing Asian temperatures are something of an appetite killer (would that I were one of them). Even after a day of meandering around temples or browsing markets, come dinnertime the ravening hunger that one might look forward to satisfying on a cold winter’s day just isn’t ... read more

  • Siem Reap's top dining establishments
    3.5 stars

    Many to choose from

    If you want to get the best eats in Siem Reap, you’ve got to get out of town. It’s true there are some lovely restaurants in the heart of Siem Reap, and some truly excellent ones too (Il Forno, for one example). But if you’re looking for a real treat, then you’d better grab a tuk tuk. ... read more

  • The best Caesar salads in Siem Reap
    3.5 stars

    The first truly globalised recipe

    It’s possible that Caesar salad may be the first truly globalised recipe (provided one excludes the fat, salt, sugar and multiple-chemical delivery systems marketed by fast food dealers). The popular assemblage, once the preserve of restaurants with Maitre d’s that let you know you’d failed ... read more

  • Mexican food in Siem Reap
    3.5 stars

    You're a long way from Matzalan

    I’m not American, which you can tell by the fact that I eat burgers with a knife and fork (frankly, the concept of having to unhinge your jaw in order to put food in your mouth seems freakish and bizarre), have an almost disturbing neurosis about “proper” spelling, and get very twitchy when ... read more

  • French in Siem Reap
    3.5 stars

    Wine cheese and more

    Being born French is nature’s way of fondly ruffling your hair and gently patting you on the bum before letting you off to play in the world safe in the knowledge that you’re one of the favoured. Because while it’s possible that the French may indeed have the most terrifying children’s ... read more

  • Garden restaurants in Siem Reap
    3.5 stars

    Food with a view of sorts

    While some might argue that a large bowl of glistening French fries is the best accompaniment to any dish, sometimes it doesn’t quite do the trick. In fact, what might work best is simply a better view, and this can be hard to come by in Siem Reap. The colour green is said to create feelings of ... read more

  • Siem Reap restaurants: Reservations recommended
    3.5 stars

    Booking ahead can be prudent

    For a long time one of the joys of Siem Reap was that with so many choices of places to dine, the thought of booking anywhere was almost unimaginable except, perhaps, at some of the classier hotel bistros, and even then that would mostly be for form rather than necessity. It added to the sense of ... read more

  • Kerala Restaurant
    3.5 stars

    Authentic South Indian fare.

    Alley West, Old Market Area
    T: (086) 217 701

    Kerala Restaurant — named after the southwest Indian state of Kerala — on Siem Reap’s increasingly chi-chi Alley West is as good a reason as any to give yourself a break from Khmer cuisine and treat yourself to an authentic South Indian meal in pleasant, informal surroundings and at ... read more

  • Tangram Garden Restaurant
    3.5 stars

    A relaxing hideaway.

    Wat Damnak Village, Siem Reap
    T: (097) 726 1110

    Settling into one of Tangram Garden’s palm-roofed cabanas, each with its very own call light for attracting the attention of your server, makes you feel a little bit special. The friendly and efficient – yet not overly formal – service, and reliable, slightly quirky food just add to the ... read more

  • Peace Cafe
    3.5 stars

    Vegetarian hit.

    Street 26, Wat Bo Area, Siem Reap
    T: (063) 965 210, (092) 177 127

    In a town that owes its place on the tourist map to some of the most spectacular spiritual monuments in history, it’s only fitting that you can still find a quiet retreat to feed your own 21st century spiritual needs — and re-fuel with some quality vegetarian food at the same time — just a ... read more

  • Sister Srey Cafe
    3.5 stars

    Superb coffee.

    200 Pokambor Ave, Siem Reap
    T: (097) 723 8001

    Once upon a time in Never Never land… Oh no wait, that’s just the playful presentation of the drinks menu, filled with a selection of quality coffees and thick fruit shakes served in jam jars, found tucked into children’s story books at Sister Srey Cafe. Run by an affable Aussie sister duo, ... read more

  • Le Triskell d'Angkor
    3.5 stars

    For a little Gallic twist

    Street 10

    Originally a creperie which also served some really excellent pizzas, the owner recently expanded the premises and the menu to accommodate those who were looking for some local dishes too. The crepes are excellent, and served with delicious pickles that beautifully off-set the flavours. Rich ... read more

  • Picasso
    3.5 stars

    Tapas

    Alley West

    For a break from the crowds and hustle, Picasso offers a calm respite, and the sangria doesn't hurt either. On those days when the heat and humidity drive you to drink then Picasso is probably the place to head for. In a long, air-con room that's been designed to look like a brick tunnel, the ... read more

  • The Indian
    3.5 stars

    Cracking Indian food

    Street 9
    T: (017) 928 471

    A posher spot for some good Indian nosh, and slightly more expensive than elsewhere, but The Indian is generally considered worth it. Its glassed-in front takes you away from the hustle and bustle outside, and the service is very good. Siem Reap is spoiled for choice when it comes to Indian ... read more

  • FCC Angkor
    3.5 stars

    Refreshing escape

    Pokambor Ave
    T: (063) 760 283

    It's just one of those things that you have to do while you're here: drop into the FCC Angkor for a happy hour cocktail at sunset and soak up the beautiful old colonial charm. If you explore a little, you'll find photographs up on the walls from the 60s and 70s that instantly transport you into a ... read more

  • Maharajah
    3.5 stars

    Typical Indian fare

    Sivatha Boulevard
    T: (063) 966 221

    Anyone in a hurry for a curry is spoiled for choice in this town. You cannot go wrong by dropping in to any one of the ones that you might happen to pass. However, with the greatest respect to all the excellent others, Maharajah seems to strike the best balance for quality and value for money. ... read more

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    Hawaii Pizza House
    3 stars

    More than pizza

    No. 122, Wat Bo Village, Siem Reap
    T: (012) 850 362

    If you’re drawn in just on the name of this simple and inexpensive establishment, with its basic decoration and semi open-air set up, then you’d have been misled, since family-run Hawaii Pizza offers much more than just a respectable pizza. ... read more

  • Le Grand Cafe
    3 stars

    French-style brasserie

    Old Market Area
    T: (092) 535 800

    Le Grand Cafe is perhaps the best people-watching spot in Siem Reap. The open-fronted, corner restaurant looks out onto Old Market, and serves beautiful coffees and biscuits for those who'd like to spend a moment gathering their thoughts and observing the world. The beautifully decorated ... read more

Bars

  • Laundry
    4.5 stars

    Get all washed up

    Street 9

    Do not bring your laundry here, just bring your relaxed self for this super-chilled out spot. The Laundry Bar swiftly becomes the favourite haunt of everyone who crosses its threshold. Its laid-back vibe, very cool music, lively pool tables and a bar that only closes when the last person leaves ... read more

  • Miss Wong
    4.5 stars

    Funky

    The Lane, alley parallel to The Passage
    T: (092) 428 332

    In a few short years, Miss Wong has elevated itself to institutional status. This cocktail bar is small, friendly and, when it gets going, very lively. The cocktails are what make people come, the conversation usually makes them stay. The decor is China-chic-kitsch, a difficult balance but ... read more

  • Best happy hours in Siem Reap
    4 stars

    Sip in affordable style

    Buy one get one? With so many bars and restaurants in Siem Reap you can do better than that thanks to the numerous happy hour deals that will keep you merry come cocktail o’clock. But why bother with a happy hour in the first place? Alcohol is very, very cheap in Cambodia – we’re talking ... read more

  • Where to go for drinks off Pub Street
    4 stars

    Cocktail o'clock!

    Siem Reap is not a town you’ll struggle to find a drink in — just ask the expats. Pub Street, as the name would suggest, is full of restaurants and bars catering to the tourist throngs, but you can also live it up a little or sip cocktails in a slightly classier ambiance if you step just a few ... read more

  • The Warehouse
    4 stars

    A real bar

    Old Market Area
    T: (063) 965 204

    No mess, no fuss, no delusions, The Warehouse is a proper bar with a massive range of drinks, lively music, TV screens for sports, and a decent food menu. It's home away from home for many an expat. Regular events include the Thursday charity pub quiz, live music and open mic night on Fridays, and ... read more

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    Little Pari
    4 stars

    Jazzy little cocktail bar

    The Lane

    There's a slight bohemian feel to Little Pari, from the gauzy curtains that beckon you in, to the handmade wooden chairs that are almost as big as benches. This tiny little jazz bar is a really special spot, with Pari's unique sense of style and creativity infusing everything from the ... read more

  • Linga Bar
    4 stars

    First gay hang out

    The Passage
    T: (012) 246 912

    It's a great spot, gay or not, in no small part due to its excellent cocktails, which they describe as monumental — and they're not far off the money. The bar has a sophisticated ambience, with low-slung seating and contemporary art holding the walls up. There is a small dance-floor at the ... read more

  • Wine in Siem Reap
    3.5 stars

    The bucket is for the ice.

    When it’s as hot in Siem Reap as it has been lately (though do we dare for a respite after the last few days of storms), there’s not a great deal you can do except restrict movement as much as possible (mainly so that you don’t skid in great lakes of your own sweat and break important things ... read more

  • X-Bar
    3.5 stars

    Great rooftop

    Sivatha Blvd
    T: (012) 263 271

    Located opposite the end of Pub Street on Sivatha Boulevard, X-Bar has a great rooftop location. View aside, there is plenty to keep you occupied such as pool tables, table football, large screen X Box games, and a massive screen for sports and other events. The entrance is just down a side ... read more

  • The Station Winebar
    3.5 stars

    Delicate wines and high energy cabaret

    Street 7, Old Market Area, Siem Reap
    T: (097) 850 4043

    There has been no regular train service in Cambodia since at least 2009, and even when there was it didn’t go anywhere near Siem Reap. So how The Station Winebar got its name remains a bit of a mystery. One thing is for sure, though, whether you are on foot, bicycle, moto or tuk tuk, it’s a ... read more

  • Silk Garden
    3.5 stars

    Jungle hideout

    The Lane
    T: (092) 964 790

    Silk Garden is a quietly seductive outdoor bar with a relaxed vibe. The owner/DJ does gigs here as do other bands, and these are always nights to watch out for. The bar only opens in the evenings, and has a bit of a smooth vibe. It's really pleasant early on when it's quiet and you can take a ... read more

  • Molly Malones
    3.5 stars

    Siem Reap's Irish pub

    Bar St
    T: (063) 963 533

    Drinks here are very reasonably priced and Molly Malones does a good job of creating a social, family-friendly atmosphere. With a big, open-fronted bar, dressed up like a traditional old Irish drinking den, this is where you go for comfort food, as the pub grub here is really excellent, and ... read more

  • Banana Leaf
    3.5 stars

    Chatty and friendly

    Bar St
    T: (063) 964 813

    Streetside dining on Pub Street, this is a great spot to soak up the atmosphere. Located at the top of Pub Street, this is prime people-watching property. They're very proud of their cocktail list too, and the food comes from the same people behind Amok and Champey, offering traditional Khmer ... read more

  • Angkor What?
    3.5 stars

    The original bar

    Bar St
    T: (012) 490 755

    Unmissable for all the home-spun graffiti that covers almost every inch of every wall, this is Pub Street's party central, and one of its longest running establishments. Angkor What? has now achieved institutional status, and is on the list of virtually everyone coming here. It gets crowded after ... read more



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