Infused with 1960s French style, Amansara is a gateway to the monumental remnants of the Khmer Empire, saturated with history and legend

Cambodian Dining Experiences – Amansara, Siem Reap

The restaurant is open to guests and non-residents

Amansara’s sleek circular Restaurant offers Cambodian-centred cuisine under soaring ceilings, or outdoors at pergola-shaded tables by the pool. The daily changing menus focus on simple flavours, using organic produce direct from the market and local suppliers. For a unique experience, private dining is available at the resort’s rustic Khmer house at Angkor, where meals are prepared over charcoal to the sounds and sights of village life


Combining a range of contrasting flavours, Cambodian fare puts the focus on fresh ingredients and simple preparation

Plates make use of local Siem Reap ingredients, as showcased in the banana blossom chicken salad, quail egg soup with dried fish and black sticky rice with mango


Picnic breakfasts and lunches are available at spots across the Cambodian countryside as well as on the water

For special occasions, a private dinner can be arranged inside one of the temples, accompanied by live musicians and dance performances


Amansara’s own Khmer village house overlooks the 10th-century royal bathing pool of Srah Srang, set among the jungle and temples of Angkor

Enjoy a traditional Khmer breakfast or morning cooking class before visiting the temples, or a twilight dinner after a day of exploration around Angkor Wat

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