Siem Reap

Where to eat

    • HAVEN

      Wat Damnak area
      Cambodian, Western and Fusion dishes for a good cause

      HAVEN is a social enterprise and training restaurant that aims to improve the lives of vulnerable young adults from disadvantaged backgrounds. HAVEN has an eclectic menu that includes traditional Khmer dishes such as Amok and Lok Lak, as well as Western favourites such as Schnitzel. HAVEN strives to use local and organic ingredients in their dishes, and offers a multitude of vegan and vegetarian options.


      Chocolate Road

    • New Leaf Eatery

      Old Market area
      Not-for-profit café and restaurant serving a taste of Cambodia
      New Leaf Eatery

      New Leaf is a social enterprise that, each month, donates 30% of profits to charity and 20% to their Cambodian staff. The menu includes mouthwatering Asian and Western breakfasts, soups, salads, sandwiches, and mains, as well as great local coffee and healthy fresh juices. Cambodian-inspired cocktails are also available. New Leaf Eatery has an airy and laid-back interior, and is also a good place to buy or donate used books.


      #306 Street 9

    • Sister Srey Café

      Old Market area
      Fantastically healthy dishes and clothes boutique
      Sister Srey Café

      Sister Srey café is run by two Australian sisters with the aim of training and educating young Cambodian students. The menu includes superfood-based salads, Asian and Western all-day breakfasts and sandwiches, as well as fresh juices and smoothies and lots of veggie options. Be sure to have a look upstairs at the vintage clothes boutique.


      #200 Pokambor Street, Riverside

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    Last updated on the 23 November 2017
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