This restaurant has been set up by an Australian man in memory of his wife. All the staff have come from the streets of Siem Reap and are given the opportunity to leant new skills in hospitality to enable them to improve their lifestyle.
The restaurant is very noisy and opens out on the the street. It does lack some ambience but the food is excellent and the staff are friendly and helpful.
The food is a mix on traditional and modern and there is a variety of foods to meet all tastes.
I had the tempura prawns which were very tasty and the tempura batter was light and crispy and followed with the chicken cakes. These were very spicy but were also very moorish and were popular by all who snuck a taste. Some of my friends had the traditional dishes and also enjoyed these very much.
The restaurant is very reasonably priced and I would recommend it if you were looking for a menu with a variety of choices.
The restaurant also supports an artisan workshop for people with disabilities. This is a great cause with great god to match. Definitely a must when looking for somewhere to dine in Siem Reap. You will need to book ahead but your hotel should be able to help with this.
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