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My wife and I stumbled on this place while looking for place to have lunch.
It's located near the bridge at the start of the main downtown street. The food is reasonably priced and very tasty. I recommend the fish amok, egg plant , papaya...salad and the excellent avocado shake. They also offer a wide selection of Western food but we didn't try it.
The staff are friendly and attentive. Overall a great dining experience. Highly recommended.More
We went into this restaurant in the midst of the market place for a late dinner. We shared Khmer dumplings with vegetables and Chicken Breast. I had a beer and my wife had a mango shake. The food was good, tasty, and fresh. Our waiter...was helpful and attentive.More
We came to this restaurant because it was recommended by both our private driver and some hotel staff members. It did not disappoint and became our favourite restaurant in Siem Reap. Service was always quick and friendly and the food was always excellent. Their Khmer...BBQ is delicious as well as their curries and traditional dishes. We ate here 3 times during our stay and I cannot fault this place.More
Good Cambodian food, in a very relaxed atmosphere. Close to Pub Street, so you get that exciting feel. Great service. Our waitress spoke excellent English - she could even joke with us! I recommend for a good, hearty dinner.
We did a walk around and up and down the Pub Street area looking for a restaurant to have dinner - there are so many eating places to choose from and that evening, just about twilight, the area was very crowded - especially the restaurants....We actually chose the Khmer Kitchen because it was away from the Pub Street crowds and had only a few customers. The open air sides gave the place a sense of an exotic atmosphere (almost Mexican?) and allowed us a view of the night market activity, other people (mainly tourists) walking around and the incessant coming and goings of the Tuk-Tuk drivers. Admittedly, like nearly all the restaurants, as soon as you take a closer look at the menu, someone will quickly come over and entice you to stay and eat there - after all the competition for customers is the only way the restaurants can survive.
We chose the Khmer Curry - we had eaten the same dish at a quite a few restaurants during our 2 week stay in Cambodia. The Khmer Kitchen serving was appetising but not outstanding. It was a curry that was "as expected" and was satisfying. The service was very good. But it was the atmosphere and decor that was the main attraction. We spent quite a few minutes watching the gecko lizards climbing the walls and positioning themselves near to light fittings, ready to pounce on moths and insects. A couple of glasses of red wine added to the novelty.More