Menu

Our tasting menus change every  two weeks on Tuesday to ensure we make the most of Cambodia's freshest seasonal produce and depending on the availability at the market (we don't offer 'à la carte')

Vegetarians and vegans are most welcome; we can prepare an alternate menu for you by request

Food selection from the 17th of September to 5th of October 2019

5 courses for 29USD or 6 courses for 34USD

Only available in the 34USD menu

 

Tasting Menu 1

Amuse-bouche

  

Roasted pumpkin, glass vermicelli and bean sprouts salad,

prawn, coconut cream and fresh green peppercorn

 

Slow cooked beef cheek with prahok cashew nut emulsion,

herbs, flowers and local crudités

 

Sanday fish and fresh bamboo shoots soup, lemon basil,

wild mushrooms, creamed amaranth and light coconut broth

 

Quail stir fried breast and leg confit with Pailin asparagus,

ambok, young ginger and caramelized palm sugar jus

  

Purple dragon fruit, Passion fruit and Banteay Srey vanilla,

sorbet, meringue and curd

Tasting Menu 2

Amuse-bouche

 

Cambodian green giant eggplant salad with holy basil,

jungle curry paste marinated chicken breast

 

Seared Koh Kong scallops and glazed turnip with sesame,

aged salted lime jam and tofu cream

 

Braised coconut tree heart and green jackfruit with minced pork,

moringa, toasted rice coconut purée and crispy shank

  

Pan fried snakehead fish with pounded ambarella, herbs and peanuts,

beans and rice cake, deep fried garlic emulsion

 

Cambodian wild cinnamon churros,

dark Mondulkiri chocolate pot de crème
Chocolate by Wat Chocolate, first and unique Cambodian chocolate maker

*Please alert us in advance if you have any particular dietary requirements. Our regular menu may contain nuts, pork, or seafood, but with advance notice we can accommodate those who cannot eat these foods.

However, because small amounts of garlic and chili are fundamental to Cambodian cuisine, we regret that we are unable to offer a menu that does not include those ingredients.

In addition, please note that Cambodian food contains fish sauce and other fish products in most dishes. If you must avoid fish, we recommend arranging in advance for a vegetarian menu.