|Beef loklak with rice and a fried egg. Huge portion, dead |
cheap and very tasty - I loved when the runny
egg yolk mixed with the rice.
|Pineapple fruit shake made creamy by adding|
raw egg white. I hope we don't get bird flu!
|A fantastic, spicy beef salad from a fancy restaurant.|
|Dipping sauces in cute little banana leaf bowls.|
|Fisk amok (the signature dish of Cambodia),|
served in a coconut bowl. Delicious!
It's similar to Thai curry, but a bit lighter and
traditionally served with fish.
|Sweet pineapple and coconut spring rolls. Rich, but yummy.|
|We were entertained with some traditional|
music and dancing while we ate.
|Lemon and pepper crayfish by the beach.|
|Topless BBQ chef, cooking come huge shrimp.|
|We got an insane amount of garlic bread, salad,|
barbecued ribs, steak and more for just $5!
|To my horror, I managed to eat almost all of it!|
|Barracuda steak with chips - what a fantastic fish.|
|Cambodia style tapas - pork meatballs with peanut sauce.|
|Fish in caramel sauce.|
|Squid with Kampot pepper. This is one of the|
best peppers in the world and is eaten like a
vegetable. It has a wonderfully mild flavour.
|Wonderful beef on a hotplate, with ground pork noodles.|
This was from a Chinese restaurant in Siem Reap.
|Khmer fish curry. Very similar to amok, but not quite as nice.|
|We ate at a wonderful restaurant in Siem Reap, called Haven.|
It's an organisation that takes children off the streets and
trains them to cook, so they can develop useful, employable
skills. Dave got the cashew nut chicken which was great.
|I got lemon and ginger chicken which was really delicious.|
|Pure gluttony. The biggest plate of bangers and mash I |
have ever seen, with practically a while tin of beans!