Eat and Drink in Siem Reap

Last updated on September 14th, 2017

Pub Street in Siem Reap
A Quick Guide to Avoiding Pub Street in Siem Reap
Pub Street is also known as “Thirst Street” in some languages. The disco nights come out, the giant speakers start
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Fish amok
Fish Goes Amok in Cambodia
Amok Trei (Fish amok) is a traditional Cambodian dish of steamed curried fish. The fish is presented in a banana
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Fork and Spoon in Cambodia
Eating with Fork and Spoon in Cambodia
Cambodians don't usually eat meals with their hands. They use a spoon and a fork. Meats and vegetables are usually
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Friend Crickets in Cambodia
Should you Eat Crickets and Other Insects in Cambodia?
Despite widespread backpackers and travel forums' beliefs, we don't traditionally eat maggots, spiders and cockroaches. But it does make for
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Meat Skewers in Cambodia
Which Cambodian Street Foods can you Safely Eat?
The locals seem to be enjoying street food all over Cambodia, so what's the harm? Well, your taste buds might
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Our favourite restaurants in Siem Reap
Our Favourite Restaurants in Siem Reap
The Siem Reap restaurant and food scene is replete with casual eats for the locals and tourists traps for visitors.
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Traditional Khmer Cuisine
Khmer Cuisine and Traditional Cambodian Dishes
Cambodian diet is based on seafood and freshwater fishes and crustaceans. We are fish-eaters, we love dried fish and rice,
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Cambodian Rice Wine
Palm wine, rice wine, grape wine, beers and other drinks and beverages of Cambodia
Let us introduce you to some alcoholic beverages that are popular in Cambodia so that you can taste local drinks
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Cambodian Kralan opened
Cambodian kralan sticky rice stuffed in bamboo sections
Kralan, a typically Cambodian savoury snack, which consists of sticky rice cooked in coconut milk black eyed peas or bean
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