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the Rösti was great and the stuff there very friendly! I ordered first garlic bread and then plain Rösti. I got also a salat to the Rösti. I liked the mushroom sauce!!
I would recommend you to go there; if you are in the...mood of Switzerlandfood!
The prices are a little bit higher than usually in Cambodia - but that is completely normal in not local food restaurants!More
tried the sirloin steak, was kind of hard, next time had the zurich chicken thing - was great
the roesti is east of eden, means: PERFECT.More
Date of visit: December 2019
Soleil-Kampot, Owner at Auberge du Soleil, responded to this reviewResponded December 13, 2019
Thank you for your visit and review,
Sure, my Khmer Cheffe, working with me since 4 and half years is a great cook, offering a stable quality of cooking and seasoning with a quite perfect Rösti.
She cooks the Barramundi Filet Meunière perfectly and the...More
some very nice typical Swiss dishes, friendly swiss owner, convenient location. rare choice of excellent digestifs. only, but disturbing risk: smokers next to your table & the wind blowing all the stench in your direction.
Visited this restaurant after reading the mainly good reviews on this site.The owner seemed charming,was obviously passionate about his food and the menu read very well.I've writen countless reviews and always try to be positive but this time I'm struggling.We shared a starter of prawns...in tempura which had little or no taste, in an area renowned for it's seafood. My mains was fillet steak in a sauce with fries.It was difficult to cut the steak,it was so tough,the frozen fries had a cardboard texture and had been hanging around for a while.My husband's lamb rump was equally unyielding,served with tasteless mash but a good sauce. Both came with a "salad ",I use the term loosely as it was difficult to say what it was.We complained that the food was inedible and to be fair, the owner asked us how he could fix the problem, would we like something else e.t.c. He did try but with food this poor we decided not to risk it.He made the excuse that our starter was not one of the best things on the menu - why serve it ? He also said that the lamb may be tough as it comes from New Zealand ! We regularly eat New Zealand lamb and have never had a problem.He then became quite arrogant and told us that perhaps his food was not to our taste and all his other customers think it's wonderful, more or less insinuating that we know nothing about food - unbelieavable.I agreed to pay for what we'd eaten and drunk - the starter and some drinks but to no avail,we ended up paying 20$ for food we couldn't eat,not a huge amount when you factor in the drinks but it spoilt the evening.In a nutshell - poor quality food badly cooked and poorly presented.I cannot understand why this place has such good reviews.Reading his responses to other less than perfect reviews he seems very defensive and aggressive.More
Restaurant - both inside and outside dining is available. The menu is varied with a French flair. I had a delicious breakfast that was generous in portion and came with a lovely fruit platter as well. Even better was dinner - fresh salad, chicken breast...stuffed with cheese, garlic and tomato complete with side - absolutely delicious for $6. The prices for everything were so reasonable. Chef Cedric came to the patio several times to check on everyone's meals and chat with the guests. That personal touch and the pride he has in what he delivers was evident in his food and his restaurant.
Guesthouse - I had the terrace room for 3 nights and was very comfortable. Not only is it in a great location in the heart of the tourist area but is also a very well maintained room with air con and fan. Included was daily water as well as a kettle with coffee and tea supplies. The bonus was the private terrace - it was comfortably furnished and I thoroughly enjoyed relaxing with a glass of wine and a good book in the evenings. I would highly recommend this little Auberge for both dinner and accommodations.More
Auberge du Soleil occupies a pretty old colonial building on a quiet corner that’s nice for outdoor dining or drinks. The evening we ate there the tables filled up quickly. We enjoyed the sautéed fish filet and steak au poivre.
This is a special occasion, fine dining restaurant but with prices that mean you could eat here every day including $1 draft beer, good value cocktails. Large menu which includes swiss/french dishes which at $7-$10 might be at the higher end of prices for Kampot,...these are dishes you would pay $30-40 in other countries - and guarantee that beer won't be $1 in those restuarants. Menu also includes great burger and chips ($5) and a range of Khmer dishes so there is something for everyone. Desserts first rate. You will leave here with warm glow of happiness. This is the place to bring a date you want to impress, family or just food lovers. Great ambience and service as well.More