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Angkor restaurants

There aren't really addresses per se for the restaurants in Siem Reap. They are mostly all in the Old Market area and a $1 ride from wherever you're staying on a tuk tuk (a two-wheeled carriage hitched to a motorbike). The hotels in this guide all have excellent restaurants—particularly the FCC Angkor and the elegant Grand Hotel d'Angkor. The places listed below are eateries you should try when you venture out into town.

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Abacus, Siem Reap

Though it's a bit hard for first-timers to find (down a quiet lane just beyond the Angkor Hotel, westbound on Highway 6), everything else about Renaud Fichet's...more

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Aha, Siem Reap

The Old Market area got even more of a groove on with the 2008 arrival of the loungelike Aha restaurant. Located on the ground floor of Hotel Be Angkor, it's an...more

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Carnets d'Asie, Siem Reap

Formerly a Chinese restaurant, this lovely courtyard Khmer/French bistro serves some of the freshest fish in town. And Francophiles will enjoy the library of...more

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Chivit Thai, Siem Reap

With low prices and outstanding food, this is the best Thai restaurant in town. The atmosphere is charming, and all of the dishes—including the tom yum...more

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Khmer Kitchen, Siem Reap

Mick Jagger's visit and a mention in The New York Times put this restaurant front and center on the international tourist map. Fortunately, the notoriety hasn't...more

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Madame Butterfly, Siem Reap

This traditional raised wooden building, a half-century-old Khmer home converted by Frenchman Yves Polouet into a restaurant in 2001, is a bit incongruous amid...more

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Meric, Siem Reap

A foodie favorite since its 2005 opening, the Hotel de la Paix's fine-dining establishment marries Continental classics and Khmer creations developed by...more

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Viroth's Restaurant, Siem Reap

Located east of the Siem Reap River (near La Résidence d'Angkor) in a quieter, mostly residential section of town anchored by the venerated Wat Bo temple,...more

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