Eating Out in Phnom penh

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Setsara restaurant - Dinner outdoor

Setsara restaurant - Dinner outdoor

Cambodia, and Phnom Penh and Siem Reap in particular, is home to a huge range of restaurants geared to the English-speaking visitor. The capital, Phnom Penh, for example has well over 200 cafes, restaurants and bistros, not to mention literally hundreds of local restaurants and foodstalls.

Anyone visiting Phnom Penh or Siem Reap should pick up a copy of the Eating & Drinking guides published by Cambodia Pocket Guide, for really up-to-date information on the cities' food and drink scenes. Articles, detailed directory listings, maps and advice will help navigate through teh many options that each destination has to offer.

The guides are available free at over 250 locations, and all the content can be viewed online at

In the meantime, here are a few restaurants:

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Setsara Bar & Restaurant

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Setsara restaurant - Dinner outdoor
Setsara restaurant - Dinner outdoor

The Setsara Bar & Restaurant is a homey little place located in the thrilling st 278. Thai and French food is provided at budget prices, as well as fresh fruit shakes and real expresso.
Inside and outside sitting
Catering and take away
Free WiFi & Pool Table

Open for breakfast lunch and dinner everyday 7am - lat

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address:#3d, st 278

Restaurant frizz

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Restaurant frizz (yes, no capital letter) at Phnom Penh's riverside is a good location to try and taste Cambodian food. Their objective is to spread the knowledge and appreciation of traditionally prepared Khmer food. Many people think it's inferior to Thai food, frizz is trying to proof they are wrong. The restaurant is nicknamed 'The home of the Volcano Pot', which is a kind of BBQ Cambodian-style. Other specialties include Amok (fish curry), Saich Moan Ang (charcoal roasted chicken) and Luk Lak (beef in Khmer sauce).

Good vegetarian choice as well, small wine more..

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address:67 Street 240

Riverside Bistro

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T he Riverside Bistro is located in the heart of Phnom Penh's riverfront, With its spectacular riverfront (Sisowath Quay) setting which it has been for over 10 years. The Riverside Bistro is set in an old colonial style building with comfortable outdoor dining and brilliant views of the Tonle Sap (The river Sap), the Riverside Bistro is your ideal stop for a relaxing rest, a drink outside or at one of our two bars inside, dine on our extensive selection of Western & Asian food, shoot some pool, score on our Foosball table or simply relax....

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accessibility:Street level
address:273 Sisowath Quay, Phnom Penh
PriceOfMenu:$3 and up


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P.KD1 Guesthouse. Relax in cheap, clean and secure accommodation. All rooms have en suite bathroom, cable tv and refrigerator. Choose from either fan or a/c. Just off the Riverside. $10 - $15 USD. No. 40, Street 136.  Tel: 012 769920

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tel:012 769920
address:No 40 Street 136

The Cavern Pub

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The Cavern pub is a British styled bar and cafe. Kitchen is western run and the food typical British pub food. A wide range of rock videos are played in keeping with the Cavern theme. There is some live music, currently on Fridays and Wednesday. Open from 11am til 3am

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accessibility:Ground floor
address:#19 Street 104

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