Classic Khmer food
What we say:
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!
There is a large terrace upstairs, but most of the seating is ground floor and streetside. As with the other restaurants on the alley, don't leave valuables like mobile phones sitting on the table unattended.
Service is prompt and friendly and the menu, like many places in Siem Reap, has pics of all the dishes.
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