1) Romdeng restaurant
A training restaurant, Romdeng, run by Mith Samlanh, which has worked to build the futures of former street children and marginalized young people in Phnom Penh since 1994. Set in a beautiful colonial building, Romdeng serves a great variety of Cambodian food ranging from almost forgotten recipes from the provinces to contemporary creative Cambodian cuisine.
2) Khmer Surin restaurant
The restaurant is an oasis in the city with its lush tropical plants, flowers and water garden. The restaurant is set in an old Khmer style building adorned with Cambodian antique furniture and silk. The restaurant serves a wide range of delicious Khmer and Thai dishes. It promotes the use of locally produced ingredients. Dishes are prepared with fresh local herbs and spices
3) Boat Noodle restaurant
Stately wooden house festooned with antiques exudes old-school ambience and serves decent-value Thai and Cambodian food.