Street 155, #144 (enter via the alley, off Street 446), Toul Tom Poung

In 2015 Lot 369 opened her doors at Toul Tom Poung (Russian Market), an upcoming neighborhood. This funky little breakfast and brunch bar is owned by an Aussie and run by Cambodians.

They have healthy smoothies, delicious bowls and burgers and good coffee. There is plenty of goodies on the menu for vegetarians and vegans as well. A great addition to the hood!

123 Preah Ang Yukanthor Street (19), Phnom Penh

One of our favorite addresses for French dining is Au marché. The interior is simple and tasteful, the atmosphere friendly and modest.

What’s also great, is that the menu changes regularly, combining French dishes with Asian flavors. And you can take your pick from the wine menu; there are lots of nice French wines available to pair with the menu.

One catch: it can be difficult to find the entrance. So best to ask the security guard;  Thi is more than happy to open the door for you. Take the elevator to the 5th floor and enjoy a wonderful night out with friends or a romantic dinner!

#16 St 360, 1 12302, Phnom Penh

This is a favorite amongst our kids who like chickens running loose and playing in the sandpit! Mother Hens out there, it’s time to take a load off.
At Farm to Table they have a regular menu with sandwiches, salads and healthy bowls for the parents. For the young ones, there is ‘The little farmers menu’ with healthy, tasty meals.
While waiting, kids can run after the live stock, play on the big tractor and bounce on the seesaw. Lots of shade so also in the hot season a great place to go with kids.
Farm to Table’s mission is to provide a community space with fresh, healthy and sustainable dishes serving locally grown and organic products. Sounds like the cream of the crop to us!

# 1C Samdach Louis Em St. (282), Phnom Penh

Well known? Si! Great food? Si! Terrazza is one of those places that puts a smile on your face. Authentic Italian food in a nice bistro, we love it! The food exceeds expectations, the wine is beautiful, the interior is sophisticate and the service a-okay. Be sure to put this gem on your must-visit list!

#10, Street 278, Phnom Penh

This little place is great for lunch, dinner and take out. Penh 278 is located at BKK1 and is a must-try. We go there because of their pasta, fish and especially for their tasty pizza’s. There is also a nice children’s menu. Go check it out and don’t forget to try out their awesome Nutella Martini!

The Khema Restaurant offers you three locations in Phnom Penh for great breakfast, lunch or dinner.
But our all time favorite is the free-flow breakfast! For a reasonable fee you can have almost anything of the menu, Western or Cambodian style and you know we love that.

Your sweet tooth is not forgotten: Khema has a lovely bakery corner with raisin rolls, brioche and chocolatine.

Don’t forget to  make a reservation and yes, you can take the kids.

Vattanac Capital Tower, 66 Monivong Boulevard, Sangkat Wat Phnom

How lovely to go for lunch in a hotel. One of our favorites is Brasserie Louis
The chef serves up stunning dishes and delish food in the heart of Phnom Penh.

The menu, consisting of French comfort food and Cambodian favorites, is very extensive. We had a hard time choosing between all the delicious options and French and Australian wines. There’s only one solution: get back soon! And while you’re at it, just continue this culinary streak and go straight for that cocktail at Sora Sky Bar. 

National Road 6A, Bridge No. 8, Sangkat Bak Khaeng, Phnom Penh

The Balé Phnom Penh is a beautiful hotel on the banks of the Mekong River. It has luxurious suites and rooms that are spacious and modern, making it the perfect spot for a romantic getaway.
But even if you’re not a hotel guest, you can visit for lunch or dinner. We’ll tell you a secret; you’re even allowed a dip in the beautiful pool!

So let’s set a date and spoil ourselves a bit. Even the occasional petrol fume can’t spoil this Cambodian gem!