On the first day of arrival in Siem Reap, the plane ✈️ and the long-distance bus was exhausted! When I arrived at the hotel and wanted to have a bite, I found out that there is a popular Southeast Asian home cooking restaurant downstairs! I ate two set meals on the first day, one pork chop and one dessert. I didn't understand the name of the dish in English. I just thought that each one was very pure. In just five days in Siem Reap, I chose to eat two meals at his house, and I think it is much better than the Khmer kitchen! The second time I went to eat it, except that the salad tasted too strong and I was not used to it, the others were still delicious, especially the pumpkin soup. It would be perfect if the portion was larger! The drinks are especially delicious!
Not used to sweets, I found this little shop that is said to be relatively spicy.
Cambodian rice is very rare. Mango glutinous rice is a dessert. It is less and sweet. The curry rice is less spicy and has a sweet taste. Tongcai is very spicy, still a bit sweet, and the spiciness is only the medium spicy of Hunan cuisine. Mango coconut milk is still good.
It cost a total of $12.5, which is really not cheap, but it is more than the price ratio of $5 or $6 per serving in Beng Milie at noon.
I have eaten beef several times after coming to Siem Reap. It is either salty or can't chew. I'm not particularly satisfied. I read the guide and said that I had the best beef in Cambodia at Lilypop, so I came here to try it. The shop is small, the environment is good, and the waiters are very enthusiastic. I ordered a portion of beef and it was really good. Overall the price is very high.
I packed it back to the hotel and ate his beef dish. The one in the middle of the picture is really delicious. The roasted pork with beans has a local flavor. If you don't like the strange taste, it is not recommended. It happened that when I was waiting for the meal, the man who bought the food in the kitchen came back. I took a few vegetarian dishes and beef. The dishes and beef were very fresh, and the service was also very good. A big brother who can speak English and a little Chinese may work in a restaurant. Part-time as a tuk-tuk driver, I think it’s great if you don’t ask for random prices
In just a few days in Siem Reap, I saw the mango sticky rice mentioned by Weiyou in the group every day! Try it and it's delicious