It was a weekend and was supposed to be closed. But the school and the students came back to cook a scrumptious meal for about 100 of us. The food was delicious especially the mushroom soup that run out of it and I didn't get a chance to taste it. The breads and pastries were just like what I had in Europe, deliciously baked. The service team were very attentive n friendly. I am impressed by their enthusiasm and passion to learn. They may just student but their food can be better some restaurants. You will not disappointed in supporting them.
After three excellent luncheons here over the past few months, we finally had the occasion to stay at their in-house training hotel. Just four rooms, sometimes without service if its over the weekend when the school shuts, and what a wonderful way to spend my money: a luxury stay while supporting the training of Khmer students in food and lodging. Location is slightly out of town near the airport, but this is important. Most subsidised NGO and social enterprises unfairly set up in town and in direct competition to Cambodian enterprises. Here, the school and restaurant and hotel is a designated destination, yet just a few minutes by tuktuk from the town centre. Menu options include both French and Khmer dishes, the presentation can be exceptional, the price extremely reasonable. If you like what the school is doing, offer to sponsor a student with a year's scholarship. Fully a third of its student body is from poor families and reliant on donations from patrons. You will make a world of difference.…
I have been working many years in hospitality industry and I must say this hotel school is providing an excellent service to their guests. Students seems very happy working there and they are very keen to help you with whatever you need. Rooms are nice and prices are affordable. Bakery was very tasty! Rooms might need a renewal at some point but never mind, it's a fantastic job what they are doing there with all this kids so my congratulations to all the people involved in this project. I will be back, that for sure! Once again, thanks to all staff & students!
This is a training place for students to learn all aspects of cooking and hospitality. It has 4 bedrooms set out as hotel rooms for the students to learn in as well as extensive kitchens We went to the morning cookery lesson and loved every minute of it We then sat in the restaurant and were served the food we had helped to cook by some of the students The food was fantastic and was top restaurant standard and the students looking after us were really great if a little nervous as they had only been there a few days but so keen to learn This is a terrific place that is helping people learn a skill to support them and their families for life You can book in for lunch anytime and it's well worth giving it a try and supporting what they are doing here
This is a hotel and tourism school and you can book in for lunch, which at US$15 is a bargain. The 3 course lunch consisted of bread, choice of 2 entrees, 2 mains and 2 desserts. I had the Khmer papaya and chicken salad, Amok fish (best I had in Siem Reap) and then creme caramel. All were amazing - see the pics attached. Next came a great coffee with a selection of biscuits. The students serving you are also in training so be patient, but all were very professional with a supervisor watching and helping in the background. Well worth the visit.