We went to Banlle for lunch and enjoyed it very much. Pleasant surroundings, attentive staffs. The food was really good and cheap, can't wait to come back for more
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Wonderful dinner in the quiet garden. Food was very good, staff was lovely. A relaxing oasis after a long day of touring. Easy to find.
If you have spent time in Cambodia before, you will know that it's hard to find a restaurant that serves brown rice. Even the ones that advertise serving healthy food usually serve white rice and don't even have the option of brown rice. With all...More
You will feel warmly welcome by a friendly staff in a nice and quiet garden. I have been there three times, have ordered the eggplant, the veggie amok and then the pad thai yakisoba, but I am not really able to recommend any of those...More
I had lunch here with a friend, and was greeted by a lovely quaint restaurant in the garden. They have fans available for those that cant deal with the heat. Really nice vegetarian options available with a lovely manager who always checks that you have...More
We highly recommend this garden restaurant, we are vegetarians and we were very pleased, tasty food in beautiful surroundings. The prices are at the cheap end and you get value for money. We must at least visit the place again.
Our family of 5 had a very pleasant meal here after a recommendation from a friend. The restaurant grounds are fairly spacious and offer indoor / outdoor dining depending on the weather. The children enjoyed the fish pond and some lazy cats that were in...More
We had lunch here and really enjoyed it. Great food, that is fresh and tasty - especially the fresh tomato soup and frozen lime pie which we all loved; friendly staff and good service. A restful, calm setting where the children can roam and explore...More
The place is a little difficult to find but the tuktuk drivers knew the address. Well worth making the effort to find it. Food was superb and the staff were so friendly. Even changed somethings on the menu as one person with us had intolerance...More