Oudong mountain: Khmer food & picnic

If you want to eat Khmer food like a local, these are some Cambodian food you don’t normally find at restaurants. Cambodian people love grilled fishes. They eat frogs and turtles. You can find these ordinary Khmer food at Oudong mountain, an hour drive from Phnom Penh city. The royal capital between the 17th to the 19th centuries, Oudong moutain is in Kampong Speu province. Today, Oudong is …

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Best noodle restaurants: Phnom Penh

There are times when you feel like eating good noodles. In Phnom Penh, there are some best places to eat delicious noodles. In this review, you’ll find some great choices, from Cambodian to Chinese to Thai noodles at restaurants in this vibrant city. So I eat steamed rice for every meal and everyday. Knowing the best places for a dish of delicious noodles is a way to taste …

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Labaab Restaurant: Asian food in Phnom Penh

Looking for a local restaurant to dine in a beautiful atmosphere? Check out Labaab restaurant on Monivong Boulevard, just opposite to the Canadia Tower. The interior design is so local. If you want to taste the Mekong cuisine, Labaab restaurant is the ideal place to check out. You can order Thai, Vietnamese or Battambang (Khmer) food. Also: Khmer food restaurants in the heart of Phnom Penh Most customers …

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Salmon fish meat in Phnom Penh: eat or not

Cambodia imports about 5-6 tons of Salmon fish meats every week. Or about 20-25 tons every month. When Cambodian people think of Salmon fish meat, they quickly relate this to Japanese food, sushi. In Phnom Penh, a quick Google Search will tell you how popular the salmon sushi is with many restaurants offer the dish to the diners. You may eat more than just the food that the …

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Pho Cali in Tuol Kork: Phnom Penh

This month, Pho Cali began serving those who love the flavor of a Vietnamese beef noodle soup. The shop owner, a Khmer American, comes from California. Pho Cali is close to TK Avenue. I’ve lived in Tuol Kork district since the early 2011. It’s amazing to see how this small, quiet district has changed over the years. New shopping mall like the TK Avenue has been a nice …

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Yosaya Thai Food: good and cheap

I went to this Yosaya Thai Food, a small Thai family-run restaurant in Phnom Penh, with friends last month. The food was so good I decided to come back again. At first glance, you may not notice much that this Thai restaurant serves authentic Thai food. But you may be surprised when learning that the chef once served at Thailand’s Royal Palace. The Yosaya Thai Food opened its …

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Budapest Coffee Workshop in Tuol Kork

The newest coffee shop is a great addition to Tuol Kouk. It’s just a few walks from Joma Cafe and Java Cafe. Small, not too crowded, it feels like sitting in an European coffee shop. Tuol Kouk district is becoming an ideal place to live despite its distance from the riverside and Beung Keng Kang 1. Some great coffee outlets you can think of: Brown TK, Coffee Bean …

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Need food & grocery delivery service?

As pengpos team is going to compete in regional stage in this weekend with a few startup teams from Bhutan, Vietnam, Thailand, Lao & Myanmar, so we need your help to place order and we will deliver to your home/office within 4 Hours. It’s FREE DELIVERY from this week to next week. Your order will be a big help for my team to proof and having a good …

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Getting ready for Christmas in Cambodia

Want to make the most out of Christmas in Cambodia? Some tips on buying great gifts and fantastic food here for you: ’Tis the season to be shopping: the big Christmas gift guide From finely crafted knives to custom-made artwork to jewellery made out of unexploded bombs, here’s 30 great gift ideas to make your Cambodian present shopping a breeze 2014 Christmas dinners in Siem Reap Siem Reap …

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