Om Kessara fought against the Khmer Rouge under Lon Nol in the seventies, listen to his barroom memories here.
Lucien is English it is believed, he now calls Phnom Penh his home however.
Welcome to my world!
We are going to try some of the more strange (to a western palate) foods available here, so here we go with fried chicken’s feet. next up could be fertilized eggs or […]
Building 534, Preah Monivong Blvd, Sangkat Tonle Bassac. Clientelle: Khmer. Price: Expensive $20 and up. Ok so you’ve eaten at a few street food places and had Lok Lak and Char Kdout […]
The palm is a very important commodity in many parts of the world, the trunk can be used for construction, the foliage woven into all manner of products and the fruits here […]
Area: Riverside: Street 13/ corner of 172. Style: Khmer. Price: Cheap, $2-3 per main course. There are quite a few places which do fresh noodles in town, David’s is one of them […]
Street 184. Price: Mid-range,$5 per glass of (very good) White wine. No food but street food on either side. Clientelle: Expat. The Blue Dragon is located perfectly, directly overlooking the Royal Palace […]
Bavarian Microbrewery with a Show.
Street 282, just at the side of Wat Langka. Price: Mid-range. The Lone Pine is a lovely little oasis just off the busy Street 51. American owned it serves up fantastic burgers, […]
Central Market is the iconic French designed art deco market hall at the end of Street 63. The market benefitted from a major renovation just a few years ago and the structure […]
St 172, Riverside Area, Phnom Penh. Price: Mid-range. There are two branches of Sundance, one on 172 and the other right on Riverside itself but we are going to talk about the […]