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Sinuon Khmer Cooking Class

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Sinuon Khmer Cooking Class

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Road n.1035 , Quarter 4 The street next to Deluxx Botique Hotel., Sihanoukville 18000 Cambodia
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Julie B wrote a review Feb 2020
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I found Sinuon's cooking class on trip advisor and communicated via FB messenger. She responded promptly to my queries. For a total of $US60 my Hubby and I were collected from the crazy hive of activity right at the port and taken to Sinuon's house via tuk tuk. We were shown how to make a traditional 3 course meal (and ate as we went) At the end of our very enjoyable time we were taken back to our ship via tuk tuk. I would highly recommend this activity whilst in port.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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diinslc wrote a review Feb 2020
North Salt Lake, Utah550 contributions278 helpful votes
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It was a little tricky to sign up for this class, but I sure am glad I persisted until we did! We were picked up by tuk tuk from our ship and taken directly to Sinuon's third floor kitchen where we were happily greeted and given a cold bottle of water to drink. Then we had about 4 hours with Sinuon all to ourselves as she taught us how to make Banana Flower Salad, Fish Amok, Chicken Curry, and Banana Tapioca. We took our time, made the dishes, and then enjoyed them while Sinuon told us about life in Cambodia. She talked about the growth of Sihanoukville and her life as a chef. After the class, we were returned to our ship via tuk tuk again and saw more of the construction that permeates the town. The dirty streets and garbage in the town are shocking and the streets are terrible. .Sihanoukville isn't a very nice place, but the port of call was completely redeemed by our hours with Sinuon. I don't think you could find a better thing to do. Our only wish was that we might have had a beer with our meal instead of water.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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lovetogetawayoften wrote a review Jan 2020
San Francisco, California11 contributions4 helpful votes
We had an excellent day of cooking and eating delicious food! Sinuon sent a tuk tuk to get us at our cruise ship, so it was very convenient. It was about a 15-20 minute tuk tuk ride from the ship to Sinuon's house. The whole town is one big construction zone. Sinuon was kind and supportive and she helped us every step of the way. Even my teenagers loved it. I highly recommend this class! This is hands down the best thing to do while in Sihanoukville.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Kim B wrote a review Dec 2019
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Sinuon led our group of eight in a hands-on cooking lesson. We made banana-flower salad, spring rolls, chicken curry, fish amok, and two desserts, in about 3hrs (including eating them!). She is well prepared, and her custom-made teaching kitchen is ideal for the activity. The only downside (not her fault) is that Sihanoukville is a hellhole of construction, dust, potholed dirt roads, and crazy traffic. I recommend organizing a closed taxi (we paid $10 each way from the port). Normally I'd be fine with a tuktuk, but this was - a lot.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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AussieTraveller204 wrote a review Apr 2019
Homebush4 contributions1 helpful vote
A great thing to do in a town that is running low on things to do that aren't casinos. Sihanoukville has generally left us unimpressed but Sinuon was a breath of fresh air. She speaks English well and is funny and charming and taught us so much about the food and the town where she came from. Cannot recommend highly enough! We also had teens who cooked along like everyone else. Great day.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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