Siem Reap Vistior Guide 59th



restaurants & bars

Cambodian dishes accompanied by plenty of cocktail and beer options perfect for enjoying the view during sundown. # 441, Tuol Ta Ek Village Tel: 092-949950 Khmer Delight Friendly, long-running restaurant with comfortable curbside and indoor seating, serving Khmer and international dishes including a good lasagna and Khmer Pizza. Good service. Cozy little coffee shop from the good people at Feel Good Cafe in Phnom Penh. Southeast Asian cooffees. Concise menu of salads, sandwiches, cakes. 7AM-4PM. Street 1.5, Walking District Libations Sophisticated alfresco imbibing at Bric-à-Brac. Lovely tapas, including paté, rillettes and gourmet cheese platter. Great people watching from the sidewalk tables. Corner Streets 2/119, Walking District Full bar: draft beer, cocktail, home-made rum and a large variety of ice creams and local snacks. Excellent crepes. Popular bar, especially in the evening, often one of the last places in town to close in the evening. 7AM - Late Walking District, Corner Street 2.5/Pub St (Street 121) Nary Kitchen Family-run restaurant that serving inexpensive, delicious Khmer food. The simple menu is filled with classics like lok lak and Cambodian stir-fries, all of them priced at $3 or less. The staff get ingredients fresh from the market every day and there are many options for vegetarians. Street 111, near Phsar Nath Tel: 012-763950 Noodle Restaurant Inexpensive local restaurant . Fresh made noodles. Lots of Chinese dishes. Great place for a Cambodian noodle soup The Battambang branch of Cambodia’s famous The Pizza Company . International-style pizzas from more traditional thin crust cheese pizzas to pan pizzas and seafood pizzas. Free fast delivery. Tel: 023-880880. Street 1, corner of Street 109, riverfront Red Chili Mexican Grill Chipotle style Mexican food - burritos and burrito bowls, tacos, nachos, salsa and guacamole, built-to-order, all at reasonable prices, easy to eat for less than $5 Delivery. Open 3PM-8:30, Monday-Saturday. Located in a small shop in front of Green Mango , on the riverfront road (east side.) Street 159D, riverfront road east side Tel: 088-8717825 White Rose Long-established, this corner Cambodian restaurant offers a big menu, pretty good Khmer food, ice cream, reasonable prices. All day western/Cambodian breakfast. 6AM-10PM Walking District, Corner Street 2 & Pub Street (Street 121) Full bar. Free WiFi. Happy Hour 5PM-7PM. Walking District, between Streets 2 and 2.5 Kinyei Tel: 077-531562 Madison Corner (kuiteo) or fried meat with rice breakfast. Walking District, Pub Street (Street 121) The Pizza Company

Battambang’s dining and drinking scene is modest but interesting and varied, with good inexpensive local din- ing at places like White Rose and Chinese Noodle Dumpling , several places serving proper international fare such as Green Mango, Riverside Balcony and Eden , and some more unique offerings, especially in the Walking District area, such as Choco l’Art and Bar Libations . The picturesque Walking District is of special note. The area of just a few square blocks harbors more than a dozen cafes and bars as well as a few shops and gal- leries in classic colonial era buildings, especially between Street 121 (‘Pub Street’) and the market along Streets 1.5, 2 and 2.5. The ‘Night Market’ on the riverfront in front of Phsar Nath is a great place to try local foods. The stands and cafes are geared for the locals but are foreigner friend- ly, and very inexpensive. Noodle dishes, soups, pate sandwiches, fried meats, Cambodian fruit shakes and more. There is a similar evening cluster of food stands near the Provincial Museum. Come early evening, there is a pretty good choice of places for sundowners. Riverside Balcony, Bar Libations, Madison Corner and Here There Be Dragons are all good places to begin. Battambang shuts down fairly early, with Madison Corner often the last bar in the Walking District to shut its doors at night. Chinese Noodle Dumpling If you like noodles, this is the place. Small, local, limited English and brilliant fresh-made noodles, for soups, dumplings, buns, fried noodles, pretty much every Chinese standard. Everything for around $2. Great place. Street 2, just down the road from White Rose Eden Modern, fully air-conditioned restaurant on the riverfront serving a substantial selection of western favorites from burgers and ribs to pizzas, Mexican food and salads and popular western breakfasts. Full bar and cocktails. Wifi. Street 1, riverfront, south of Street 109 The Green Mango Café & Bakery Comfortable a/c restaurant and bakery, offering a selection of western and American dishes such as burgers, wraps, burritos and good western breakfasts. Large, rotating selection of bakery items - bagels, cakes, cookies, pies, muffins and breads. Free Wifi. Free delivery. Street 159D (river road, east side) Tel: 017-315450 Jaan Bai Popular, NGO based, contemporary restaurant serving excellent  Cambodian cuisine, a very nice tapas, and a selection of cocktails. Comfortable, air-conditioned dining and unique curbside platform seating. Walking District, Street 2, corner of the Street 1.5 turnoff Jasmine Hotel & Sky Bar "Perfect spot to enjoy sunsets" With both a modern café serving international quality cof- fees and other beverages on the ground floor. And one of only a handful of skybars in the city atop the roof. They reg- ularly feature live music and sports. The menu is primarily

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