Food of Siem Reap

Although the Cambodian cuisine is not as fascinating as the other ones bordering the country, Khmer food is definitely a must-try. The traditional Khmer dishes Amok (a steam-cooked fish curry) and Lok lak (stir-fried beef) are the most popular ones (Try them at 'Khmer Kitchen'). The unbelievable prices for delicious food in the city are definitely going to amaze you. There are a number of restaurants offering international cuisines, so if Khmer taste doesn't please your buds, you've got a lot of other options!

Food for Indians in Siem Reap

There are a number of restaurants in Siem Reap which offer Indian cuisine. If you're missing the taste of Kerela while living in Cambodia, simply go to the Angkor New India Restaurant (Open from 07:00 to 16:00) steps away from the Angkor complex. The other options include Dakshin's Restaurant, Flavors of India, Curry Walla and Vanakkam India Restaurant. If you're looking for vegetarian alternates, Chusska (pure veg) is the right place to be. You can also look for The Indian Restaurant and Maharajah - both in the Old Market area offer a variety of veg options.

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Siem Reap, Cambodia
Buddhist monks in front of Angkor Wat

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