This post is to recognize and thank all my readers who are the driving force behind my continuous writing on good food places. I can’t identify who you are but YOU know who you are! Big thanks and shout out to all of ya!
Frankly, I haven’t heard of some of the country names before… I apologize for my ignorance! I promise I’ll read more about your countries and would be excellent if you can write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and introduce what kind of awesome local food there are in your countries! Maybe top 5 would be great! Who knows, I may be tempted to visit your country just to do a food tour some day!
In the meantime, eat on but eat wisely my friends! 😉
If you’re in Siem Reap going through the dunno how many temples and one of the 7 wonders in the world, Angkor Wat, you will get super duper thirsty. You will definitely crave for something icy or cold. Cafe Puka Puka is the solution. Open by a Japanese Lady who I suspect to be Madam Sachiko… hehe… check out the signage and pics below:
Rating: 4.5/5. A bit pricey and the aircon is not really working very well inside… hence not conducive. No perfect 5!
Taste: Very very good and addictive! Having withdrawl symptoms now… help!!!
Price: US$4 for the mango cooler and US$2 for the mango shake
Your guys must be wondering like what? Cambodia?! Yeah it’s true, this Korean restaurant has been here for many years already and this Korean lady migrated to Siem Reap after seeing so many Koreans coming to the country. Hence she erected a small building beside this garden sanctuary restaurant where the lodging for her and her workers and also the kitchen is located.
This is my 2nd time here and I didn’t feature it in the first place cos eatwithroy! was not up then. Since I’m back to do charity work, I might as well feature what’s good in Siem Reap! 🙂 Enjoy the pics below and click to enlarge!
Rating: 4.5/5. Organic may not be for everyone. But it’s very good for us!
Taste: Very nice home cooked dishes… gives us an insight of what Koreans eat at home.
Portion: It’s free flow… what you think? ;P
Price: Get ready for this… free flow everything including ice tea. US$5 per person.
RTE: When I’m back in Siem Reap lah! Far leh.
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