Cracking Indian food
What we say:
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 restaurants, all of which have their own dedicated fans who claim that their favourite is the best.
The Indian has more fans than most though, and the reason can be found in their rich sauces and their absolutely fabulous garlic nan which will render you thoroughly unkissable for days. It's so good you'll surely not mind though.
Contact detailsStreet 9
T: (017) 928 471
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