7 Indian Restaurants in Siem Reap You Cannot Sleep On

When travelling to a foreign land, you might miss the homey feeling. Well, there are wonderful restaurants in Siem Reap (the largest city in Cambodia) which serve lip-smacking Indian cuisine, enough to get the vibe. Be it North Indian Punjabi food or South Indian dishes; you will get the explosion of all the flavours of Indian food in the best Indian restaurants in Siem Reap which we have listed for you in this article.

Stay till the end of the article to know about the following Indian restaurants to try on your trip to Cambodia.

1. Hotel Rajdhani Palace

Near Pub Street, Old Market and Angkor Night Market is the restaurant of a 3-star hotel, Hotel Rajdhani Palace. The exterior of the palace exhibits paintings of Indian landscapes and monuments. You get to have the three meals of the day at fixed intervals of time. The restaurant isn’t big. However, the always smiling staff create an optimistic and lovable aura.

Not just non-vegetarian food, you can have the vegetarian taste here as well. The must-try dishes include Ghee Dosa, Mango Lassi, Butter chicken with naan and Kerala Parata. To comprise, you can embellish your taste buds with zesty, hot, sweet and tangy flavours at Rajdhani Palace restaurant. Have a beverage or a selfie, the place fits well for all the complementaries.

Location: Sok San Road near Pub Street, Siem Reap
Timings: 7 AM to 10 PM (Monday to Sunday)

2. Lotus Indian Restaurant 

The Lotus Indian Restaurant is a representation of delicious Indian cuisine, especially the South-Indian dishes. The city centre’s accommodations and specific Indian vibe are the factors that bring Lotus Indian Restaurant among the largest Indian Restaurants in the downtown in Siem Reap. The interior is mesmerising with Eastern vibe where you can have hundreds of pictures.

The menu is vastly grouped including Indian bread, vegetarian dishes, South-Indian specialities, sweets, chicken-based meals, fish-based dishes and Chef’s special dishes. You would not want to skip the Keema Paratha, double-sided wheat flour bread filled with minced chicken, chicken curry and other Indian spices. In desserts, you can have Gulab Jamun and special Indian tea or Indian coffee for the drinks.

Location: St. Hospital Sang Kat, Siem Reap
Timings: 10 AM to 11 PM (Monday to Sunday)

3. Travancore Indian Restaurant

Travancore Indian Restaurant stands in the line of best Indian restaurants in Siem Reap because it’s near important sites and attractions of the city. The restaurant is cosy and gives family vibes. The food is made from the freshest ingredients and is beautifully presented.

Some of the best-selling foods of the restaurant are Vegetable Samosa, Masala Vada, Tandoori dishes, Indian bread, Biryani, Thali and Indian curd or Raita. The dishes consist of chicken, fish or prawn. Also, the listed items of the menu are available at affordable prices.

Location: 733 Street No. 7, Krong Siem Reap
Timings: 11 AM to 11 PM (Monday to Sunday)

4. Curry Wala 

Curry Wala, located in the heart of Siem Reap, is a perfect place to have Punjabi cuisine. Easy access to important sites, including markets and perfectionism in cuisines, are the factors that bring Curry Wala among the most popular Indian Restaurants in Siem Reap. The restaurant takes you to the intimate journey via dynamic Punjabi food.

You can order vegetarian, non-vegetarian Punjabi dishes and can also enjoy Cambodian, Thai and Western food here. Use of real Indian spices adds authenticity to all the dishes prepared here.

Location: Sivatha Road, Siem Reap
Timings: 10:30 AM to 10:30 PM (Monday to Sunday)

5. Namaskar Indian Cuisine

If you are eager to have Indian bread, go to Namaskar Indian Cuisine. The touristy location and inexpensive cuisines are the factors that bring Namaskar Indian Cuisine among the most affordable Indian Restaurants in Siem Reap. Tandoori roti, plain Naan, Aloo Paratha and a variety of Indian bread is a must-try at this restaurant.

Starting with vegetable soup, vegetable and fruit salad, you can try rice dishes which are served with fine bits of chicken or fish. Other non-vegetarian food includes Chili chicken, beef korma, fish and barbeque served with the Indo-Chinese flavoured sauce. However, if you are looking for neat vegetarian food, you will find plenty of meals here.

Location: 2 Thmou Street, Siem Reap
Timings: 11 AM to 10 PM (Monday to Sunday)

6. Maharajah Restaurant

Maharajah Restaurant is the oldest restaurant in the area which serves mouth-watering and exotic flavours of Indian dishes. The blend of ancient and modernity and freshly prepared cuisines are the factors that make Maharajah Restaurant among the most loved Indian Restaurants in Siem Reap. Yellow rice with pickles and chutney is the special dish here. You can choose the amount of chilly as per your taste. Out of the elegant menu, you would love eating Fish Thali and other non-vegetarian Indian dishes.

Location: Sivatha Road, Old Market Area, Siem Reap
Timings: 11 AM to 10 PM (Monday to Sunday)

7. Spice Garden Restaurant 

Spice Garden restaurant is a charm and good-to-go to grab some Indian food. Affordability and quality are the factors that bring Spice Garden Restaurant among the popular Indian Restaurants in Siem Reap. The name of the restaurant exhibits the diversity of Indian spices used in the restaurant's cuisine. It is a halal restaurant with good service and fresh aroma. From the menu, the must-try dishes are Chef’s special Dahl, Chicken and Lamb Curry, and Chicken Tikka with mint.

These dishes seem tastier with Raita and mint sauce. Apart from enjoying Indian food, you could also order some Malaysian and Middle Eastern cuisine. Beverages are always yes to complement the cuisine. You can opt for spirit, cocktail, beer, wine, and juices.

Location: Mondol 1 Village, Svay Dangkum Commune, Siem Reap


So here is our list of favourite Indian restaurants in Siem Reap. We guarantee these eateries offer some of the best Indian cuisines which you will find in Cambodia. Let us know down in the comment section below which one if your favourite.

This post was published by Navyaa Bhardwaj

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