Foods and Drinks

Angkor beer

All the famous international brands of soft drinks are available in Cambodia. Locally produced mineral water is available at 500r to 700r per bottle....
Amok

Referring to the Southeast Asia cuisine, surely Thailand and Vietnam will be two names most mentioned. As for Cambodian cuisine, tourists often do not...
Coconut milk jelly

One of the most mysterious street food stands you’ll find in Phnom Penh (well, maybe aside from the crickets) are the dessert stands —...

Beef loc lac, sometimes written as lok lak isn’t exactly a Khmer dish – The name comes from the Vietnamese bò lúc lắc, which...
Kampot Pepper Crab

Kampot is a provinical town set against the tek chou river, a gentile place where little happens; a haven of cafes and day trips. It’s...
Cambodia street food

To enjoy Cambodian street food, you just need to be a little bit adventurous. Most locals do not speak English so you’d have to...