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Siem Reap

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Abacus Restaurant, Garden & Bar

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Ideal for a romantic garden dinner or a fun, elegant night out with friends, Abacus offers an eclectic choice of French-international fusion cuisine. — Fodor's

The finest French dining in town is found here, with steaks in black-truffle sauce, succulent lamb and superb seafood, including tuna maguro. — Lonely Planet

The nicely plated Continental- and Asian-style fine-dining entrées include T-bone steak with Kampot green-pepper sauce, scallops and crabmeat in ginger-sesame sauce. — Concierge

This restaurant, set in a traditional Cambodian stilt house, is a refreshing change from the eateries along Pub Street. There is a central bar made of volcanic stone and a few tables with... — Frommer's

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Cuisine Wat Damnak

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Set in a traditional wooden house, this is the highly regarded restaurant from Siem Reap celeb chef Johannes Rivieres. — Lonely Planet

One of the most unique restaurants in Siem Reap, Cuisine Wat Damnak offers a real journey for the tastebuds with its five- or six-course set menus. — Fodor's

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Mie Cafe

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A new Cambodian eatery offering a fusion take on traditional flavours. — Lonely Planet

His somewhat out-of-the-way, open-air garden restaurant offers sweet respite from noisier parts of Siem Reap. — Fodor's

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Viroth's

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Like its sister hotel two streets down, Viroth's Restaurant boasts a sleek and stylish interior. — Frommer's

Located east of the Siem Reap River...in a quieter, mostly residential section of town anchored by the venerated Wat Bo temple, this airy, candlelit restaurant turns out Khmer fusion cuisine. — Concierge

A sophisticated garden restaurant near Wat Bo, this is where Khmer cuisine meets Balinese design. It’s popular with tour groups but still manages to retain an element of intimacy. — Lonely Planet

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Madame Butterfly

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The large menu's Thai and Khmer specialties, such as Penang curry beef and banana-flower salad...have been slightly toned down for Western palates. — Concierge

Serving the finest authentic Khmer- and Thai-influenced cuisine in town, the setting is very pleasant and alone makes it worth a visit. — Frommer's

Lovely atmosphere, but sometimes dampened by the sheer number of tour groups who come to sample the Asian and Khmer cuisine. — Lonely Planet

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The Red Piano

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Imported steaks, spaghetti, sandwiches, salads, and international specialties like good Indian samosas or chicken cordon bleu round out a great menu of familiar fare. — Frommer's

One of the most popular places in town for Western and Asian food, as well as the extensive wine list. The Red Piano Guesthouse nearby has stylish rooms with small verandas. — Insight Guides

Strikingly set in a restored colonial gem, Red Piano has a big balcony for watching the action unfold below. — Lonely Planet

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FCC Angkor - Restaurant

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The sister restaurant of Phnom Penh’s famous FCC. Amid a refined atmosphere, choose from an extensive menu of international and local dishes, and a full bar. — Insight Guides

This landmark building draws people in from the riverside thanks to a reflective pool, torchlit dining and a garden bar. — Lonely Planet

There's an Art Deco bar, low lounge chairs at the center, and standard dining space on the balcony. The main room is flanked on one end by an open kitchen. — Frommer's

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The Blue Pumpkin

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This stylish, all-white cafe is a longtime local favorite, serving great pastries, coffee, and entrees like burgers and sandwiches. — Frommer's

Downstairs it could be any old cafe, albeit with a delightful selection of cakes, breads and homemade ice cream. — Lonely Planet

Of the 16 (and counting) sleek Internet café-bakery-restaurants in this chain, seven are in Siem Reap. — Fodor's

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MAHOB Khmer Cuisine

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The name translates as "food," and if it's mahob you're after this is an excellent choice. — Fodor's

They take the same approach to cuisine as they do to decor, serving up dishes such as caramelized pork shank with ginger and black pepper, or wok-fried local beef with red tree ants. — Lonely Planet

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Angkor Palm

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Relocated on the road to Angkor, this popular restaurant offers the authentic taste of Cambodia. — Lonely Planet

This gem stands out from the crowd by a mile. — Frommer's

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The Sugar Palm

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One of the best no-frills restaurants in Siem Reap, the Sugar Palm is infused with the owner's colorful enthusiasm for traditional Khmer cuisine learned from her mother and grandmother. — Fodor's

Set in a beautiful wooden house, the Sugar Palm is the place to sample traditional flavours infused with herbs and spices, including delicious ‘char kreung’ (curried lemongrass) dishes. — Lonely Planet

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The Soup Dragon

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It is a place of noodles and soup. Authentic Vietnamese staples such as pho (noodle soup), fresh spring rolls, and all manner of wok-fried dishes are the mainstays. — Frommer's

This three-level restaurant has a split personality: the ground floor serves up cheap, classic Asian breakfasts, while upstairs serves a diverse menu of Asian and international dishes, including Italian and Moroccan. — Lonely Planet

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Le Tigre de Papier

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One of the best all-rounders in Siem Reap, the popular Tigre serves up authentic Khmer food, great Italian dishes and a selection of favourites from most other corners of the globe. — Lonely Planet

The Khmer food is excellent (since the restaurant runs affiliated cooking classes, it needs to be), and the spring rolls are very light and crispy. — Frommer's

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Butterflies Garden Restaurant

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Don't miss this netted enclosure with a butterfly farm and meticulous menagerie of local flora and fauna, including a pond filled with Japanese carp. There are detailed descriptions of... — Frommer's

This lush garden is home to more than 1000 butterflies that float above the tables, making it a hit with families. — Lonely Planet

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Khmer Kitchen Restaurant

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This busy little storefront hides itself down an alley on the north end of the Old Market, but draws a nightly crowd for big portions of simple, delicious Khmer fare. — Frommer's

Follow in the footsteps of Sir Mick Jagger and try this popular place, which offers an affordable selection of Khmer and Thai favourites, including zesty curries. — Lonely Planet

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il forno

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Considered the best Italian restaurant in Siem Reap, Il Forno offers an enjoyable change from the Southeast Asian delights on offer at every turn. — Fodor's

Aficionados of fine Italian cuisine will be delighted to know that there is, as the name suggests, a full-blown brick oven in this cosy little trattoria. — Lonely Planet

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Moloppor Cafe

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One of the cheapest deals in Siem Reap, it offers Japanese, Asian and Italian dishes at almost giveaway prices for what is a real restaurant. Nice location offering river views. — Lonely Planet

This pleasant Japanese-style café by the river serves good snacks, small plates, desserts, and drinks. — Fodor's

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