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350 BBQ Cafe

We are a small restaurant beside Toul Sleng Museum selling tasty, affordable and fresh Khmer and Western dishes with beer on draft and BBQ every evening.

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ST 63

ST 63 Restaurant
Asian Restaurant & Cafe
Offers the best Khmer and Italian food with very friendly services, and full range of food and drinks menu in a relaxed atmosphere with genuine Cambodian hospitality.

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Blanc a l’aise

BLANC À L’AISE is the contemporary dining Restaurant and Café shop which offers unique cake design, variety selections of cake, pastry, bakery items and Asian & western cuisine to the customer.

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Coin Cafe & Bar

Cafe Offering Khmer and Western Food. Cambodias first restaurant to accept Bitcoin and traditional currencies.

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Mok Mony

Located in the bustling area of Beung Keng Kang 1, minutes from the National Monument, Mok Mony Restauraunt at 63C, Street 294, specializes in authenthic Khmer & Asian cuisine. Whether dining in the open air section, or in the newly glass encased section, guest will feel like they are dining in a garden setting.

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Sinan Restaurant

Sinan Restaurant is a small family restaurant close to National Museum on Street 172. They serve both authentic Cambodian dishes and some popular international food.

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Khmer Food Village

Khmer Food Village is a spacious, open-air food court style restaurant which offers over 100 Authentic Khmer Dishes. Inside the restaurant, there are 7 different food outlets which are distinctively decorated and offer different dishes from each other. Their aim is to serve great food to affordable prices which means that you can enjoy the dishes for as low as KHR8,000 or US$2 per plate (with free flow rice).

Khmer Food Village is located by Hun Sen Park, opposite Naga World by the river.

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Buckhunger

Buckhunger is a soup kitchen that provides free lunches to some of the poorest children of Phnom Penh. In one day they feed more than 200 hungry kids who are about 3 to 11 year old children accompanied by adults or guardians. Everyone is welcome to the soup kitchen that is located on Street 460, close to Tuol Tompoung Market.

Buck Hunger also assists young adults through its restaurant training programme. The soup kitchen is staffed by 15 young people. They all receive on-the-job-training to prepare them for working in the service industry.

Buckhunger is a small organisation that depends on private donations, so you are more than welcome to contribute.

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Tonle Bassac Restaurant

Tonle Bassac is a buffet restaurant close to Parkway Center.  They serve Khmer, Thai, Vietnamese, Japanese, Chinese and European lunch and dinner. They have grilled sea food, sushi and Sashimi, BBQ and more. You can also rent a comfortable private room for holiday parties, company parties, conference or workshops.

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Khmer Borane Restaurant

 Khmer Borane is situated on the bottom floor of a French colonial-style building on the riverside. They offer authentic Khmer dishes such as Lok Lak, Amok, grilled Cambodia sausage, pork in caramel sauce with bamboo shoots and more. Khmer Borane also offers a wide variety of Western dishes for reasonable prices.

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Baan Thai

Baan Thai is a Thai/ Khmer restaurant located in a traditional Cambodian-style wooden house shaded by large mango trees and outfitted with low tables and floor pillows. 

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Malis

Malis restaurant is a Khmer restaurant that offers you the opportunity to absorb the unique flavors of the Cambodian dishes. The seating is in a lush garden or in air condition rooms.

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Villa Khmer

Villa Khmer is restaurant serving Northwestern Cambodian dishes in a chic, contemporary and comfortable environment. They also have a large courtyard for outdoor dining with friends and family or private room.

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Mama’s Restaurant

Mama’s is a French-Khmer place located close to Guest Capitol House just a few minutes walk from Orussey Market. They serve great Khmer and Western Food with some of the best vegetarian curry. There is a menu, but have a look on the wobbly plastic table inside for some of their specialities.

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Khmer Surin – South Gate

Khmer Surin is a restaurant set in a large Khmer traditional-style building south of Independence Monument. The food is a combination of Khmer and Thai specialties. The decor is slightly over-the-top, but hundreds of hanging plants and orchids create a garden-like feel to the shaded, open-air space. If you prefer a more rural style of dining, head upstairs where floor cushions are arranged around low tables with balcony views of the street below.

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Happa

Happa is a Japanese restaurant in a popular tourist district. They serve Japanese and Khmer cuisine and specialize in teppanyaki.  They have a full meals or tapas, and also offer veggies and tofu prepared in a selection of special sauces: Misu-sesame, garlic-ginger, teriyaki, apple-onion and a Cambodian sauce, kroeng. They have a good wine selection by the glass and the bottle.