Besides offering the glamorous view of Angkor Wat – the largest religious monument in the world, Siem Reap also provides a wide range of tasty food from traditional to Western style. You can find tasty restaurants from all around Siem Reap, but most of the popular ones are located around the Old Market Area. Your experience in Siem Reap will not be complete without trying the taste of real Khmer food at Bopha Angkor Restaurant. The restaurant located on the Acharsva road offers the real feeling of traditional Khmer lifestyle with the riverside tropical garden setting at very affordable price.
Visitors looking for real Western cuisine should visit the Il Forno restaurant, which serves the authentic taste of Italian food. The restaurant is famous not only for its great ingredient imported from Italy but also for its location on the busy and lively Pub Street. Il Forno will also easily make visitors to indulge in various kinds of homemade desserts.
The Blue Pumpkin is not only a french bakery and patisserie but also an ice cream parlor and a restaurant with a fabulous lounge atmosphere.
- Place to eat: Pi Thnou St. north of Old Market.
Bopha Angkor Restaurant
The Bopha Angkor Restaurant serves traditional Khmer cuisines, picnic box, afternoon tea, crêpes, ice cream, cocktails and refreshments.
- Place to eat: Bopha Angkor Hotel, Acharsva (Riverside)
Café Indochine serves delicious and traditional Royal Khmer cuisines such as Amok, Lok Lak and Chas Kruang,combining subtle blends of Cambodian spices and aromatic herbs.
- Place to eat: Sivatha Street, opposite Somadevi Hotel
Chusska is the only pure Indian and Pakistani Vegetarian Halal Restaurant in Siem Reap, which serves the finest, most authentic Indian vegetarian food
- Place to eat: Sivatha Street, Old Market area near Street #7
Ecstatic Pizza offers a menu of very reasonably priced Khmer and Western dishes, dozen types of pizza with free delivery.
- Place to eat: Pi Thnou St., across from the Provincial Hospital
Food Stalls in Siem Reap serve a variety of dishes including tasty fried tarantulas that go best with a cold beer; fried crickets, which taste like potato chips; barbecued meat on skewers; Khmer Fried Chicken; green mango served with chili and salt; ducks eggs; barbecued corn; and deliciously sweet purple mangosteen.
- Place to eat: At the Corner of Pub Street & Street 11
Foreign Correspondent’s Club (FCC)
FCC Angkor carries on the tradition of excellence in cuisine, service and venue. Offering an extensive menu of moderately price international, fusion and locally inspired contemporary fare. Full bar, wine selection, cocktail menu.
- Place to eat: Pokambor Avenue, along the Siem Reap River
Fresh at Chili Si-Dang
Fresh at Chili Si-Dang offers great western food and features a beautiful riverside garden, pool table, free wi-fi, good music and a balcony with sunset views, which is easy to see.
- Place to eat: Acharsva St., south of the Wat Bo Bridge
Il Forno is an Italian Restaurant & Winery offering hand-cut pastas and pizzas or making customers indulge in homemade desserts.
- Place to eat: The Back Street just north of Pub Street.
Le Tigre de Papier
Le Tigre de Papier is a Khmer & European restaurant offering a cooking class that benefits the local tourism school.
- Place to eat: Pub Street
Maharaja is a priceless range of all finger licking royal Indian vegetarian & non-vegetarian dishes, serve with fine Yellow rice, Pickles and Gourmet Chutneys.
- Place to eat: Sivatha Street, Old Market area near Pub Street
Master Seafood fish & Chips restaurant serve seafood, burgers and salads.
- Place to eat: 1 Oum Khun St. (in same building with Master Suki), near Prince D’Angkor Hotel
Molly Malone’s serves traditional Khmer delights alongside Western dishes. Billiards are available for a more enjoyable experience.
- Place to eat: Pub St. west
New Delhi Indian Restaurant
New Delhi Indian Restaurant serves very tasty Indian dishes. Vegetarian & non-vegetarian dishes.
- Place to eat: Opposite the Provincial Hospital north of the Old Market area
Peace Cafe provides fresh and healthy vegetarian food, a bakery and a fair trade shop.
- Place to eat: Street 26 between the River & Wat Bo Rd.
Singing Tree Café
Singing Tree Café is a delightful family-friendly café located in an expansive garden. It is a great choice due to its tasty menu of scrumptious muffins and healthy food, which include a strong set for vegetarians.
- Place to eat: The Alleyway west, Old Market area
Takezono serves exquisite Japanese cuisine in Siem Reap and is suitable for both business and private occasions.
- Sokha Angkor Resort, intersection of Hwy. No. 6 & Sivatha St.
The Red Piano
The Red Piano restaurant serves Cambodian specialities, other Asian dishes, Western favourites, Belgian specialities, and fabulous drinks.
- Place to eat: Corner of Pub Street & Street 11
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