I tried several online celebrity shops in Angkor, and this one is the one with the best taste and cost-effectiveness. Our 4 girls ordered 5 dishes, a bowl of noodles, and a glass of smoothie each, and we couldn't finish it. The sweet and sour red fish is a big one, with a slight sweet and sour taste, which is different from the domestic taste. The meat is very tender and has no small spines. The fried shrimp is quite large, but there are only 4, which is just enough, and the fried time is just right. The portion of the fried fish is quite sufficient. There are two fish fillets, and I am full for a girl. Curry is the only curry flavor I have eaten in Angkor, and the curry in other stores is too bland. I won’t talk about the other dishes one by one. The taste here is more suitable for Chinese people, and the taste is very heavy in Angkor. If you go to eat, you really have to go early. It rained on the day we went, but it was full.
This shop was the last meal I had in Siem Reap. The taste of this shop is very good! So it’s great to eat here! Eat a lot of delicious food. The Tom Yum Goong soup here has a very good barbecue taste. The balcony is on the second floor. The outdoor dining environment is also very good. It is highly recommended to come here and try it.
Went to this store for two days in a row to eat and drink and it tasted great. Good, very good! The beer is Cambodian draft beer and it tastes good! Remind my friends, to make an appointment in advance!
On the evening of arriving at Angkor, I had dinner at this Angkor Dynasty restaurant. The very rich buffet dinner restaurant has a good environment, soft lighting, clean and tidy, the dishes are delicious, there are many varieties, soup noodles, various dim sum fruits, etc. Both, restaurants of this level in Cambodia are already very good, while dining while watching performances, very local restaurant
The first dinner to Siem Reap, a quiet street not far from Pub Street, you need to reserve a seat in advance. It was 7:30 in the evening when we went, and it was still crowded, and there were no seats without reservation. This shop was opened by the owner to commemorate his deceased wife. There are pictures of his wife and some old photos on the wall. The boss is an Australian, personally serving, very humorous, and sometimes come to chat for a while and make a joke. The restaurant’s layout is simple, but very warm, like being at home. The taste of the dishes suits us very well. I like spicy fried crabs the most. They are small but thick. I also ordered a dessert, mango pancake and ice cream. The first dinner left us a very good impression. Four people ate 43 dollars in total, which is not expensive.