The Best Restaurants in Siem Reap
Siem Reap Restaurants
Siem Reap is a great place to come for food-lovers because there are so many fantastic cafes, restaurants, bars, lounges and even street food! We have restaurants which serve cuisine from all over the world including French, Mexican, Italian, and more. There are also some fantastic Cambodian restaurants in town where visitors can experience authentic Khmer cuisine.
With so much choice, it can be difficult to know where to eat. We list the best and finest restaurants in Siem Reap to help you to decide! Book directly with us and save money with exclusive special offers and promotions.
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Most of the popular places in town are in and around the Pub Street area. The whole area comes to life in the evening with many options available for visitors looking for a restaurant. There are also many street-food carts around the area and lots of things for sale. It can sometimes be overwhelming for visitors to know which one to choose.
There are other popular destinations for restaurants in Siem Reap. The King’s Road complex across the river is home to the “Made in Cambodia” market and many places to eat. There’s also the Night Market Area, Sok San Road, Sivutha Boulevard and the Old Market area.
If you’re looking for something more “local”, then there are plenty of other options available with Road 60, Khmer Pub Street, along the road to Phnom Krom and many other locations to enjoy a fine local meal.
In the high season, many restaurants are full, but that’s not an indication of how good they are. Here is a list of some of the best places to eat in town, especially if you are after some authentic Khmer cuisine. However, most places will serve a range of Khmer, Western and Asian food as do most of these places.