Coriander Indian BKK1 is bringing its delicious, wholesome 100% vegetarian food to Phnom Penh this March. Coriander is ready to revolutionize the way Phnom Penh eat, talk, and think about convenient, affordable, comfort food with its flavourful soups, salads, burgers & sandwiches, Pizzas, ASEAN cuisines, and desserts.
Delight Pizza Restaurant is a small family restaurant that severs Pizza, Khmer and Thai Food. They are located on Street 178 close to Riverside.
Limoncello Pizzeria and Restorante is an authentic Italian with an Italian owner and chef. The restaurant is placed on Riverside just three blocks north of Nightmarket. They have a good selection of pasta, risotto, homemade lasagna and crispy crust’s pizzas. The Pizzas are baked in a blazing brick fire-wood oven to get the perfect crisp. You can also find a selected wine menu.
Phnom Penh India is one of Phnom Penh’s most popular Indian restaurant located on Riverside (Preah Sisowath Quay). They serve authentic Northern Indian food.
Whether you want to improve your French, taste Khmer and French cuisine or surf the internet with a coffee, Le Café Mith Samlanh is your choice. Situated in the lush garden of the French Cultural Center, the café serves breakfasts from 7.00am onwards and offers an extensive à la carte menu with Khmer and French dishes starting from 8,000R.
In the afternoon, you can wind down after work with our Happy Hour from 5 – 7pm or join one of the regular events organized by the French Cultural Center.
All proceeds will go towards the development of Mith Samlanh’s (see Friends-International) programs.
Healthy dishes inspired by the paleo diet as well as top-notch espresso.
Touk Restaurant & Bar is a riverside bar serving a full array of Western and Asian dishes such as burgers and imported steaks, pizza, pastas, salads, seafood and several local dishes as well. They have a full bar offering draft beer, cocktails and spirits. They have patio seating for watching of the riverfront scene, as well as a pool table.
Happy hour is from 4:30PM – 7:30PM.
A visit to Phnom Penh would not be complete without enjoying a meal at Friends the Restaurant. Now in its 10th year of operation, the training restaurant has become a real favorite for many people. Indulge in great western-style tapas, surprising specials, frozen daiquiris and Khmer Smiles from our former street youth in training, who with their teachers, run the restaurant.
The best things are found in the most unexpected places. Tucked away on Street 174 you will find our Cambodian training restaurant, Romdeng, run by former street youth in training. Set in a beautiful colonial building, Romdeng serves a great variety of Cambodian food ranging from almost forgotten recipes from the provinces to contemporary creative Cambodian cuisine. Allow yourself some time to enjoy the pool and free WIFI. Romdeng can also provide catering for weddings, functions and parties and can host events for up to 160 people. Special lunch set menu every day.
Fat Boy Sub and Sandwich Shop serves generous made to order subs on freshly baked bread. Choices include imported roast beef, turkey, ham, salami, Italian subs, tuna salad, cheeses and a selection of sauces and sides. You can also make any sub into a salad or a wrap for a dollar extra.
Fat Boy Sub and Sandwich Shop can deliver your choice of sub, salad or wrap directly to your home or office.
How to place you order:
1. Choose Sub – Basic, Combination or Hot Sub?
2. Choose Bread – Italian or Multi Grain?
3. Choose Size – 6-inch or footlong?
4. Choose Cheese – American Mozzarella, Feta or Swiss Cheese?
5. Choose Veggies – Lettuce, Tomato, Onion, Green Pepper, Pickels, Black Olives, Banana Peppers, Jalapenos?
6. Choose Sauce – Olive oil, Red Wine Vinegar, Italian Vinaigrette, Honey Mustard, Ranch Dressing, Caesar Dressing, Sweet Onion Sesame, Mayonnaise Mustard, Whole Grain Mustard, Tabasco, Horseradish or Fatboy Hotsauce?
Enjoy delicious food and support a good cause!
Lotus Blanc offers Asian and Western cuisines prepared and served by students from the Hotel Training School at Pour un Sourire d’Enfant(PSE).
The PSE Hotel School was created in 2002 to support underprivileged students in accessing quality education and training. Today, there are more than 400 students studying in each of the 6 hotel training school programs. More than 98% of students gain employment after they have graduated. Currently, more than 1,000 students from PSE are working in Cambodia’s hotel and restaurant industry.
In order to reach the highest level of service, quality and meet industry demands, practical experience is essential for their students. Lotus Blanc Restaurant was created as a training restaurant with the aim of providing an opportunity for all students to engage in hands-on experience.
They offer a special buffet on Friday’s and happy hour from 5pm-7:30pm.
Flavours Restaurant is an open air restaurant popular among expats and tourists for their comprehensive menu and fresh food. They offer a huge array of freshly prepared dishes from the Western, Khmer, Italian and Thai cuisine. It is a delightful restaurant and cafe perfectly located on the corner of Street 282 and Street 51 in BKK 1.
The Canadian-Khmer owned and managed restaurant has newly added a healthy section to their menu, including calories, proteins and carbohydrates count. The healthy menu is prepared by a nutritionist with carefully selected natural foods, such as green and leafy vegetables, fresh fruits and beans. Only pure vegetable oil is used. No MSG or canned vegetables.
Breakfast specials range from a healthy bowl of muesli with fruit salad, thru’ omelettes or pancakes with syrup to a full English or all American breakfast with the works plus fresh fruit juice and coffee or tea for just US$5.50.
An eclectic choice of appetizers includes crisp fried spring rolls, spicy chicken wings and more, while our soup and salad selection reflects the truly international inspiration in the kitchen, embracing pumpkin coriander or carrot soup plus Thai tom yam, salad Nicoise, Greek or chef’s salad among many others.
Burger lovers will appreciate the options available, while the menu’s sandwich selection includes a classic ham and cheese baguette, club sandwich, tuna salad and grilled ham and cheese.
Flavours’ entrees fall neatly into four distinct categories – Western, Khmer, Italian and Thai. Diners with an appetite will be delighted with the choice on offer: pork or chicken schnitzel, beef or chicken tacos, fried chicken, fish and chips, pork chops or prime fillet of beef with your choice of sauce… plus much more, all served with French fries and veggies.
The Italian section covers a range of pasta dishes (alio e’olio, pesto, bolognaise, carbonara, seafood etc.), while the pizza selection includes all the favourite toppings in three sizes.
Those seeking a taste of Asia will seize the opportunity to sample some classic Khmer specialties including fried rice, stir-fried vegetables, fish Amok, chicken curry and of course beef Loc Lac, while the menu’s Thai section offers a chance to savour delicacies such as Pad Thai fried noodles, red or green curried chicken and spicy minced pork, beef or chicken among other tasty dishes.
The menu closes with a mouth-watering array of desserts including chocolate mousse, crepe suzette, profiteroles, tiramisu, flambéed banana crepe and a choice of ice cream as well as banana split. So, when in Phnom Penh, why not indulge yourself with the perfect finale to an exceptional meal at Flavours Restaurant – you’ll be glad you did