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Dinners at Intercontinental’s Regency Cafe, Topaz Restaurant

Dinners at Intercontinental’s Regency Cafe, Topaz Restaurant

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For Valentine’s Day dinner this evening in Phnom Penh, both the Hotel Intercontinental’s Regency Café and Topaz Restaurant are offering special menus for couples.

At the Hotel Intercontinental’s Regency Café, a dinner buffet is offered including lobsters, shrimps, oysters, roast beef, tandoori chicken, strawberry cake and many other items, for $36 per person.

For information and bookings people can call 023 424 888, extension 3562.

At Topaz Restaurant, a special Valentine’s Day menu has been prepared for this evening that starts with one frog leg sautéed with herbs and ginger plus nails baked with shallots in garlic butter.

The next course is a crayfish and steamed rock lobster duet with an aspic jelly sauce and caviar followed by morel and cep risotto, sprinkled with pecorino and served with parmesan-topped pan-fried foie gras Lafitte.

After that comes a beef double consommé’ royale and passion fruit sorbet. 

The next part is pan-fried duck magret Lafitte, foie gras and truffles with fresh glazed baby spring vegetables, crispy cheese epoisses croquette and finished off with a slice of vanilla and raspberry lover’s cake.

The Topaz Restaurant is at 182 Norodom Boulevard and can be reached for reservations at 081 333 279 or through their website.

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