Nang Leng – Pub and Seafood, located near the Chinese Embassy in Phnom Penh, provides delectable feasts from the sea in a beautifully decorated environment meant to delight diners.
With drink carts and coffee shops mushrooming on every corner in Cambodia, it’s a common sight these days to find virtually all people carrying some sort of beverage when walking down the street.
As far as the journey from farm to table goes, there are few dishes in Hanoi that clock up as many miles as those on offer at Quan Luon Xu Nghe restaurant.
As soon as the sun is up, people in southern Tunisia rush out to buy a glass or bottle of legmi, a coveted date palm drink that is too delicate to be sold far from the oasis.
Soft lighting, wall murals and vintage photographs, all in the surroundings of a 1960s-era building – the appropriately named Old School Bar is the capital’s trendiest new joint.
Scientists revealed on Tuesday they have come up with an artificial “tongue” which can distinguish subtle differences between whiskies.
There is no official consensus on whether amok trey or samlor kakor holds the title of Cambodia’s national dish.
Though the idea of eating frogs may sound weird to some, frog’s legs share a similar taste to chicken wings and are consumed worldwide in both Eastern and Western countries.
Despite it being midnight, a bright restaurant sign along Russian Boulevard advertising Singapore-style frog porridge is still lighting the night sky luring in late night eaters.
No Matter how much you eat, no matter how full you feel, there’s no better sight to see after dinner than the dessert menu.