With its modest surroundings and dozen or so red plastic tables, restaurant Bong Rith Bok Lahong Piseh behind Phnom Penh’s Chhouk Meas Market may not stand out at first glance.
Tired of the same old noodles? Drop by 41 Noodle Shop for a taste of something different. The small eatery only has five tables, but that doesn’t stop them from serving upwards of 300 customers each day.
As the name suggests, the Gulai Halal Restaurant in Phnom Penh caters to Muslim clientele with its range of Malaysian dishes.
Gulai restaurant is already a favourite spot for the city’s Muslim residents and it’s usually packed during the beginning and end of the fasting day during the holy month of Ramadan.
With two episodes of HBO’s wildly popular medieval fantasy saga Game of Thrones to go, puzzled fans took to social media on Monday after heroine Daenerys Targaryen was joined at a wooden banquet table by a rogue takeaway coffee cup.
In Siem Reap, sitting close to the main entrance of Angkor Wat – originally a Hindu monument upon its construction – in a Buddhist majority community, is the Angkor Halal Restaurant, serving culinary delights for Muslim tourists vis
WHILE the restaurants of Phu Quoc Island in Vietnam are a delight with their wide range of fresh seafood, no trip to the Kien Giang province locality would be complete without sampling street food at the night market at the heart of Duong Dong Town.
A CANADIAN couple that harvest Atlantic sea salt has teamed up with a brewmaster friend to create a new salt beer – which could become the first drink of its kind to be widely distributed.
One Khmer-influenced fine dining restaurant in Siem Reap town is now serving local and Western foods on a stretch of the popular dining destination Pub Street.
There is no shortage of street food vendors scattered across Phnom Penh, but what is far rarer is finding a place that also has comfortable seating, good hygiene and parking.