Traditional Khmer Cuisine, set in an authentically converted Wooden House. Overlooking lush gardens, guests can choose to sit indoors, or outdoors, flexible for weather and for air conditioning. Opened by a husband and wife team, their dream was to one day have authentically Cambodian Restaurant, in their home town of Siem Reap. Now, Mahob plays host to guests, looking for a memorable and beautiful dining experience. From the key dishes Cambodia is known for, through to the more complex and innovative dishes, Owner/ Chef Sothea works tirelessly to develop menus, train his staff and lead an exceptional service. Mahob sources its fresh ingredients locally, from its own farm, and as part of a cooking class guests are welcome to join the farm and learn more about the vegetables & fresh produce of Cambodia. With an affordable wine list and great cocktails, its a perfect choice to enjoy the real side of Siem Reap, in a truly memorable location, the Khmer Wooden House and its Gardens. The Mahob Tuk Tuk is happy to collect guests free of charge, and is well known in the community as offering leading Khmer Cuisine, located on the way to Angkor Wat, and the Siem Reap Riverside.
Malis boasts a ‘Living Cambodian Cuisine’. By researching, practicing and promoting Cambodian cuisine, we aim to safeguard the nation’s food heritage for years to come.
Using 100% local products, Wat Damnak offers authentic cuisine, with a contemporary atmosphere. A seasonal menu means patrons get to enjoy a wide range of original Khmer flavours throughout the year. Wat Damnak was listed in the 50 Best Restaurants in Asia.