Nestled behind a tree on a one-way stretch of Street 130, and with no lit signage, Dodo Bar is easy to miss. Only the warm yellow glow of the
Thai food may be ubiquitous throughout Phnom Penh, but Keo Lykoum, 21, and Heng Chamraeun, 22, are determined to bring something new to the table. “
Phka Slaa, a new Khmer restaurant geared towards foodie-foreigners, recently opened its doors in a tourist-friendly area on Street 240.
Just about the only thing that has changed in the last decade at Mee Kork Orussey is the wait time.
The capital now has its second large-scale container market, this time in the Boeung Kak neighbourhood.
While petite Phnom Penh native Ahya Chan may not look like your average British butcher, she has done her homework.
On Tuesday this week, Adrien Adi was putting the final touches on the bar he co-owns and just opened – a hangout spot dedicated to the French game of pétanque.
While Singaporean cuisine may be known for its spicy curries and noodle dishes, it has another, more subtle, staple: toast.
Down a dusty, bumpy road just off National Road 6 in Siem Reap town, a fledgling community is forming.
At Labaab, a new restaurant close to Vattanac Capital tower, designer and owner Rith Yoeun has transplanted a 19th-century Battambang-style design into a Phnom Penh dining room, serving up a medley of cuisines running the length
Three close friends embarked on a joint culinary venture in Tuol Tom Poung last month, hoping to bring both the signature food and aesthetic of Cambodia’s fishermen to the city’s urban dwellers.
The dangers of climate change are often presented as abstract notions of an uninhabitable world plagued by tricky weather and rising sea-levels, but what about a world without fish amok?