Phnom Penh has become one of the exotic destinations for expats by offering better and new improved hotels, shops, restaurants where the past mingles with the present. During my visit, I found that most of the exciting places of Phnom Penh are influenced by the rich history of Cambodia. Phnom Penh is famous for its food varieties, ancient weaving techniques, French colonial architecture and natural surrounding beauties.
If you love to explore new exciting places like me, Phnom Penh will prove to be heaven for you. You can experience the beauty of nature at its best. The serene mountain hikes and relaxation in virgin beaches are just awesome. If you like to enjoy the taste of different kinds of foods from all over the world, the expat restaurants in Phnom Penh are the ultimate places for food lovers like you. They specialize in South East Asian cuisines and serve great continental food too.
The popular street food in Phnom Penh is mind boggling. The night market of Phnom Penh beside river comes up with plenty of food stalls that serve delicious and cheap local food. You can get a plate of fried noodles or grilled kebabs at a very unbelievable price. However, if you are looking for some authentic food in a nice and cozy atmosphere, you have to opt for expat restaurants in Phnom Penh. Almost all the high-end ex pat restaurants in Phnom Penh provides tantalizing food, drinks and amazing atmosphere to set your mood. I have visited several ex pat restaurants in Phnom Penh. Some of the memories which I continue to cherish are given below
Latin Quarter Restaurant
One of my favorite and one of the best ex pat restaurants in Phnom Penh is the Latin Quarter Restaurant. You should not miss the chance of enjoying great food in mesmerizing atmosphere. This one comes up with exciting menu card offering loads of food items in tapas, starters, main course, dessert, wine, cocktail and more. This ex pat restaurant in Phnom Penh is eminent for its Spanish, Italian and South American dishes. The charming set of the restaurant is situated in between the few remaining historic villas in Phnom Penh. You may need to reserve your seat in advance to avoid disappointment. You can even arrange any event or party in the Latin Quarter Restaurant.
This restaurant housed in a 1940’s villa of a wealthy merchant. The picturesque beauty might allure you at the first sight. This one mainly serves Latin-Mediterranean food.
It is a well-known Latin American expat restaurant in Phnom Penh. The excellent food and drinks item of this place are cocktails and tapas. The environment of this restaurant is quite natural as it is set in a wonderful garden. The moment I entered there, I felt comfortable with its seating arrangement, music and food of course.
This one is famous for its private kind of atmosphere with three table facility, unique music and mind-blowing tenderloin Rossini topped with Courvoisier.
The above-mentioned information about ex pat restaurants should come handy if you decide to visit Phnom Penh.