After a day at the Temples of Angkor, most people like to sit and rest their weary legs and have a cold drink whilst remembering the highlights of the day, what better place to do just that than in our bar. Set amid our gardens you will find our watering hole fully stocked and ready to serve. Soft drinks, fruit juices and shakes, icy cold beers, cocktails and fine wines (by the glass/bottle) are all there to quench your thirst. Tea and coffee are available free for guests. Drinks can also be served on the balconies as you watch the sun slowly set to the west. So go on, have a drink, you’ve deserved it!
Khmer cuisine is closely related to her neighbouring countries (Vietnam, Laos and Thailand), although it is not as spicy. Curries, stir-fried vegetables, rice, noodles and soups are staples of the Khmer diet. Cambodia is well known in the region for its Prahok, a strong, fermented fish paste used in a variety of traditional dishes. Rice is the principal staple in Cambodia.
Amok is a Cambodian curry which is steamed instead of boiled and is solid, but moist. There are traditionally two types of amok, one cooked with fish and steamed in banana leaf cups, simply known as amok, while the other, made from snails steamed in their shells, is known as amok chouk