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Long-standing for a reason

13 Street 178, Phnom Penh
T: (085) 646 373 
[email protected]
http://www.thesugarpalm.com

The Sugar Palm

A Phnom Penh stalwart, Sugar Palm has been serving up spring rolls, satays, curries, soups, noodles and arguably the best fish amok in town for ten years now.

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For a long time, they were a comfortable staple on Street 240, but they moved to a new premises on Street 178 in mid-2015, and in its simple elegance the new setting perfectly matches the food.

The menu is short, and a little pricier than other places, but it’s all extremely well-executed. The owner, Kethana Dunnet, is renowned for the unique way in which she cooks fish amok, which is steamed so it comes out looking almost like a souffle. When British celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay came to Cambodia in 2011, he sought out Kethana to teach him how to make this classic Cambodian dish. They also serve up chargrilled eggplant with minced pork and oyster sauce, another classic with an addictive smoked flavour.

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The Sugar Palm
13 Street 178, Phnom Penh
Mon-Sat 11:00-15:00, 18:00-22:00.
T: (085) 646 373 
[email protected]
http://www.thesugarpalm.com