Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Phnom Penh from east drawn in 1887.
Wat Phnom gave the city its name
Stupa of King Ponhea Yat on the top of Wat Phnom
Phnom Penh cityscape
The National Assembly building of Cambodia
Food of Phnom Penh
Phnom Penh is a great city to taste traditional Khmer cuisine. The most popular dishes include Fish Amok (fish mousse with coconut curry), Nom banh chok (Khmer noodles), grilled pork, Lok lak (beef topped with salad), Balut (cooked duck egg), Steam pork bun (hard-boiled bun stuffed with pork and egg), and pickled fruits. Some great places to check out are Khema, Rustic restaurant, Mok Mony, Friends the restaurant, Sesame noodle bar, and Lucky Pho.
Food for Indians in Phnom Penh
There are several Indian restaurants in the city, such as Flavors of India, Besto restaurant and bar, Sher-e-Punjab, Dosa Corner, Taste Buds, Dakshinęs, and Curry Walla. Most of these are vegetarian-friendly. You can also find some great vegetarian and veg.-friendly restaurants in the city. The vegetarian restaurant, Surn Yi Mei Shi Guan vegetarian restaurant, Cafe Soleil, Kęnyay at Terrace on 95, Sugar and Spice, and ARTillery are some of the top-rated vegetarian-friendly spots in Phnom Penh.
Places To Visit In Phnom Penh