Siem Reap, officially Siemreap (Khmer: សៀមរាប, "Defeat of Siam"), is a province (khaet) of Cambodia. It borders the provinces of Oddar Meanchey to the north, Preah Vihear and Kampong Thom to the east, Battambang to the south, and Banteay Meanchey to the west. Its capital and largest city is Siem Reap.
Things to do in Siem Reap Province
5 based on 397 reviews
Sala Baï Hotel & Restaurant School was founded in 2002 by the French NGO Agir pour le Cambodge. The school entirely and exclusively meant for young Cambodians coming from underprivileged families. In 2015, more than 1300 young Cambodians, with a 70% priority to girls, have been trained. They have all found a job within 1 month after their one-year training. A few years later, their average salary goes from $250 to $350 which enables them to reach the emerging Cambodian middle-class. The vocational training taught at Sala Baï is definitely the fastest and most efficient way of fighting poverty and human trafficking. But without your support, nothing would be possible. By coming to our training restaurant, you already make a great difference, with the pleasure to enjoy high-quality food.
Delicious meal served promptly by well trained staff for 14 USD per person. The fish amok was terrific as the Turkey and sweet potatoes. Desserts are amazing.
The end of Year School trip is planned for next July and for now they have 26 students going ( out of 120). It costs approx. 60 USD per student so any donation is welcome!
Make a good action and go there for a meal...or even 2 as they served breakfast as well!
5 based on 159 reviews
New Hope Cambodia is a grass roots, rapidly growing Non-Government Organisation (NGO) run by a dedicated individual, a local Khmer called Sot Suo (Kemsour). The focus of New Hope is 'free education for all' as the founders recognise the vital role education plays in helping break the cycle of poverty. The school provides English, maths,computer technology and sewing lessons,free, to over 750 children and adults from Mondul 3, Siem Reap...one of the poorest slum areas in Cambodia. New Hope's clinic also treats up to one hundred residents each day for burns, wounds, salmonella poisoning, infections and illnesses such as malnutrition, HIV, hepatitis, typhoid, tuberculosis and dengue fever and, as part of their focus, New Hope also operates a traditional Khmer Training Restaurant under the expert guidance of ex-Foreign Correspondents’ Club Head Chef, Srey Mom.
The food is excellent but the best bit is what it provides to the community. They train poor young people to cook and serve to enable them to work within the catering/hospitality sector to support their families. The context behind the programme is very humbling....MoreThank you so much for your kind words. Education & Community support are so important in Cambodia & New Hope does it's best to support in both these ares.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
Genevieve's is a Khmer/Western restaurant in Siem Reap, located in Bamboo St. not far from Wat Damnak.At Genevieve's, we provide high quality food and service and have a commitment to contributing meaningfully to the community in Siem Reap.
Genevieve’s is excellent food in a lovely outdoor setting. Gourmet Vietnamese restaurant. It was next door to our boutique hotel, Petit Villa.
5 based on 1 reviews
Get to Georges French Restaurant Siem Reap and experience french cuisine with a twist of asia.Our unique take on French Creole is inspired by Georges’ multicultural background. The flavours of his home on Reunion Island combine with French and Asian influences to create new twists on classic dishes, while remaining an authentic expression of Creole fusion cuisine.Aircon and Terrace restaurant hidden just outside of the boisterous city center of Siem Reap in a Casual Dinning atmosphere. Home of an humble family restaurant where passion for food, dedication to service are one of the key of the happiness of our dear customer . The kitchen is working hard every day for crafting Infused Rum, jams, chilies, chutney, sausages, foie gras and much more.Our food style is quite unique, inspired by Georges multi-cultural background and yet still truly authentic and honest as the French Creole cuisine.Reunion island, France and Asia cuisine are our inspiration. Now open for lunch to dinner !
We had great food and service. Menu is inventive nut not weird. Name of restaurant is misleading, It is a chic an upbeat place with good food.
5 based on 624 reviews
An exclusive fine dining experience unparalleled in Siem Reap and headed by our own local legends, Executive Chefs Pol & Sok, the "Kimsan Twins". Their experience has taken them to different continents and under the mentoring of a Michelin starred Chef. They bring with them to Embassy Restaurant a five-star quality, "Active" seasonal Khmer gastronomy menu that's regularly changed. Our exclusive venue is staffed with specially selected employees where guests can savour skillfully prepared masterpieces from the multiple-course set menu paired with a selection of wines.
Hands down this place serves some of the best modern Khmer cuisine in SR!
I made a reservation two weeks before and changed it twice to add more people to my party. The receptionist was so extremely nice and accommodated my requests! Thank you so much, Samhai! You are awesome!
Food is top notch! I particularly enjoyed the salad and the fish (entree 1). Creative and well done! I also liked the duck, tender and flavorful!
The stuff and chef are so extremely nice. They came to thank us for dining at the restaurant and gave us macaroons as gifts. Well thought! Thank you! We brought the macaroons for family and friends to sample; everyone loved it!
Bill came to be $120 for three sampling menu, three mixed drinks, and tip. Expensive in Cambodia but I personally think it is worth the experience! Highly recommend! It is one of its kind in Cambodia! Don’t miss it :)
4.5 based on 975 reviews
Grill Wine Café is the bright new concept of dinning venue, which envisions being the one-stop dining venue to serve your every need. The well-selected breakfast menu ranges from Western to Asian, from traditional to contemporary Khmer cuisine. Its great location makes GWC become the special meeting point that suitable for either your relaxed lunch schedule or quick bite of snacks with refreshing smoothies, frappe, coffee or tea providing an unparalleled dining experience. At Grill Wine Café, dinner is not a simple meal but to feast and celebrate the great dining experience, you cannot miss the grill of world class sausages by International Master Butcher who joined recipes of our head Chef which newly creates the great infusion of Cambodian Amok sausage, curry sausage...and a stunning wine cellar consists of more than one hundred of wines from all over the world.
Had a great dinner at a very friendly restaurant. Close to our hotel Victoria Angor. Few blocks away. Had local Cambodian favorites .. they have a nice wine selection. Good as any service you can find. Very responsive staff
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Please check special closing times/days on our website. Thank you! // HAVEN Training Restaurant creates new life prospects for disadvantaged young adults, teaching them valuable work & life skills, while treating you with delicious, honest food that loves you right back. Come experience HAVEN. Where helping tastes good.
This place is the other side of the river from the main drag. We walked there and it took a bit longer than expected and Chocolate street has no lighting so didn't look the most inviting!
You really need to book this place as it is out of the way and it would be a pain to get here and be turned away. We had a table with a view of the entrance and loads of people were getting turned away.
Haven is another restaurant with a training program for under privileged people (bit of a theme in Cambodia) but the food is very good and the tables outside are really nice. Each table has a big old stand up fan to keep you cool which is awesome when is is hot (which it was).
Prices seemed reasonable and the nicest bit is the garden Seating, you don't want to sit inside.
5 based on 1 reviews
At Fresh Fruit Factory, we provide fruit cuisine with very fresh and delightful Cambodian fruits. Everything we serve at Fresh Fruit Factory is carefully selected by ourselves. We take pride in serving delightful fruit cuisine made with very fresh and safe ingredient in a hygienic kitchen. We assure you that our delightful cuisine will refresh you from the heat! We always do our best to make every customer smile.
Fresh Fruit Factory, we provide fruit cuisine and ice mountain with very fresh and delightful Cambodian fruits. Enjoy the best Cambodian Fruits.The Fruit Factory. Providing our local community with fresh fruit and vegetables, dairy, nuts , organic and gluten free products, artisan breads and superfoods.
5 based on 160 reviews
Le Bel Air' is a bistronomical restaurant that celebrates the two cultures its owners hold dear. The exterior pays tribute to the wonderful country that is Cambodia. The many terraces and the luscious garden remind the visitor of the gorgeous and infinitely diverse local flora. The air-conditioned interior gives a playful nod to our friendly Brussels brasseries, with a relaxed and delightful mood. Xavier and his kitchen staff prove that the Belgian and Franco-Belgian cuisine is a world worth discovering, a culinary experience that will erase all bad lunchroom memories. Xavier's wife Johane and their associate Thibaut work the floor to take care of your every need, giving advice and telling you all about our dishes and beverages. These include a large range of Belgian beers that are nowhere else to be found in Cambodia, nectars from the gods that will dazzle the layman and fill the connoisseur with homesickness. At 'Le Bel Air - A Belgian Atmosphere' we're looking forward to sharing our cosy and cheerful ambiance with you. Join us for an evening that's out of the ordinary.
Outstanding is not a word I used often. Le Bel Air is a quality restrarant that could easily fit into the urban foodie worlds of Sydney, Singapore, Seattle or The Haig. The modern clean lines of this recently purpose built establishment transports you from the heat, dust and chaos of Siem Reap to fine dining.
I ordered a Sth African Sauvignon Blanc to start that was serve with complimentary marinated olives and crusty bread (a nice touch) from the specials board I selected Crabmeat dumplings served in a light curry sauce. My main was a beautifully cooked Dory with to die for sauce, fresh vegetables, Rosti potatoes and some salad. See the attached photos. Staff and the management filtered through the restaurant during the night asking the guests if everything was good? Tonight it was superb! I hope I get a chance to go back for their mussels.
5 based on 176 reviews
Falafels, teas and cakes
We were greeted by the owner who was very friendly and recommended dishes for us! For starters we went with the Baba Gounjsh which was a great start to a great meal! We had the Falafel and Ask Mo which were both super tasty - I would recommend both of these! We couldn’t resist getting desert with the amazing choice on the menu - the cashew brownie and banana cake are also superb! This is a must visit in Siem Reap - no faults whatsoever with this restaurant. I would happily eat here everyday!
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