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Reviewed October 26, 2019 via mobile

We were extremely happy with this tour! Leanna gave us context of each of the dishes that we tried—the family history, and how each dish or restaurant ties into the history of the city and the country. Expect stuff off the beaten track, including a wonderful home cooked meal. This tour is totally immersive; I highly recommend it!

Date of experience: October 2019
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Reviewed October 15, 2019

Nice variety of dishes, a broad palette of tastes and styles is complimented with the origins of recipes and the necessity to adapt to an ever changing country. A real mixture of locations which enhance the experience tremendously - perhaps even better than the phnom penh tour! Thanks Leanna :-D

Date of experience: October 2019
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LeannaAtLostPlate, Manager at Lost Plate Food Tours, responded to this reviewResponded October 17, 2019

Hey Josh! The fact that we were debating whether or not it's better than the Phnom Penh tour is such a compliment- you've seen our first tour ever here while the Phnom Penh tour is a much more polished animal. Everyone comes to Siem Reap and hears the same stories about one (maybe two) ruins, I think there's a lot more we can talk about and eat through today with the descendants of Angkor and how the cuisine has adapted and changed since those temples were being built. Cool stuff! Excited to meet your family this month and have them on the tour :)

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Reviewed March 8, 2020 via mobile
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