Take a taste at The Plantation

Take a taste at The Plantation

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Like other cities, Phnom Penh contains more and more people and buildings.

There, as a result, are fewer areas in the city have big open space for fresh air. One among them is The Plantation.

December 19, 2011 was The Plantation's opening day.

Due to its large area, The Plantation is able to provide a number of services, which are divided into separate facilities: the swimming pool, spa, gym, restaurant, poolside bar, meeting room, red pool bar and Cambomania Shop.

The Plantation's interior is set up in a traditional Khmer style.

Its restaurant, opened on April 1, 2012, and is divided into two main parts, one of which serves Khmer food.

Mr Seng Sothea, Executive Chef/FB Manager says, “Khmer Cuisine history is the oldest cooking in Southeast Asia using a lot of spices and herbs typically with rice as a main combination with river fish, seafood, chicken, pork and beef."

"Some of our dishes present the world with fish amok, beef lok lak and chicken curry. Vegetarian dishes reflect our green world by having many types of local green leaves, morning glory, egg plant and more.”

He adds, “As a chef in the youngest generation with lots ideas and creativity based in the authentic cooking we have, I would like to present our Khmer food to the world in a new and easier way.”

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