European restaurants in Phnom Penh

European restaurants in Phnom Penh

La Plaza
Not only having matured, the dining scene in Phnom Penh also has recently become much more sophisticated. Phnom Penh can satisfy all budgets and tastes thanks to a large number of excellent dining venues ranging from Khmer budget noodle shops and French restaurants, to American-style bar and contemporary European cafés and delis. And for those who want to try the unique European dishes, it is a must to check out these European restaurants. view the entire topic at Phnom Penh to Ho Chi Minh by boat

The Providore

The Providore

The Providore- source: internet

Being a new deli with attached café, the Providore is where you can be served up coffee available at the deli together with simple dishes meant to make the imported gourmet ingredients outstanding. From chorizo and eggs to chocolate French toast with maple-infused mascarpone, the breakfasts as well as their lunch sandwiches always get good reviews. But the platters, priced at just $10 are the most standout on the menu. There are Italian, Spanish and French platters, each featuring cheese, charcuterie together with accompaniments from their respective countries and among which, the Spanish dishes are very excellent and really good value. To finish off your perfect meal, opt for a bottle of wine or a glass of draft Stella from their wide extensive collection.

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The Lost Room

The Lost Room

The Lost Room- source: internet

In addition, an excellent wine list and an excellent selection of creative cocktails are also offered here. The Lost Room is a great place to stop for a drink if you cannot make it for dinner as the bar stays open late.

La Plaza

La Plaza

La Plaza- source: internet

Located on the busy Street 278, La Plaza, which is owned by Spanish expat Javier Sola and run by his Cambodian wife, Sina, who lived in Spain for a year, is a stunning tapas restaurant. Besides 34 different tapas, the menu also contains of several paella dishes, plus sangria specials and happy-hour tapas. Including croquettes, gambas al ajillo, tortilla and charcuterie, the menu is chock-full of Spanish classics. The salmorejo dish which is a delicious tomato-and-bread soup that originates in Andalucia for $4 is what you may particularly fond of.

Tipico Tapas

Tipico Tapas

Tipico Tapas- source: internet

Russian Market-based Tipico Tapas, which focuses on traditional food from Barcelona and the Balearic islands, is where you can also enjoy fusion dishes of Spanish and local flavors. The constantly expanding drinks menu covers premium gins, wine and perfecting the classic tonic and gin. Here, you can enjoy a full bar offering large glasses of white or red sangria. On Wednesdays, Tipico Tapas offers guests Ladies Night with buy-one-get-one-free alcoholic drinks from 5 p.m. until close and on weekends, it offers a paella brunch specials.

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