[I heard that everyone who has eaten Chef D’ Angkor will never forget its good taste] In my mind, Chef D’ Angkor Restaurant is a restaurant that is so delicious. The arrangement of orange veils is full of romance. Cambodian-style spring rolls, minced meat, cucumber, lettuce and other fillings are wrapped in a transparent spring roll skin like cicada wings. The mouth is soft and juicy, and the taste buds are completely opened because of this dish. Tom Yum Goong soup, shrimp and squid meat is fresh and elastic. The soup base is fragrant and does not choke your nose. The scent of lemongrass is drawn into your nasal cavity from time to time. It is also a delicious dish that makes you appetite! The Cambodian stir-fried macaroni is delicious and delicious, and I will eat the CD in a while. Beverages and fruits can be drunk and eaten with real ingredients. In general, Chef D’ Angkor Restaurant is indeed a must-eat restaurant in Siem Reap.
We visited it twice for lunch in our 5 day stay at Siem Reap. We discovered it accidentally as our tuk-tuk driver went looking for a nice restaurant on the main road. We were looking for a nice restaurant and liked the looks of it. It is a large restaurant with nice grounds. We were very late for lunch coming back from the temple visits but they were still open for lunch. They have opened up just about 2 months back and everything is spic and span. We ordered seafood dishes and every one was superb! For drinks, we selected the green coconut water and were pleasantly surprised to get huge sized coconuts!
Our dinner here was good but we felt it was overpriced. Maybe you are paying for the experience of eating at a restaurant in the Raffles Grand Hotel?? Very elegant dining experience with service to match. We had grilled corn fed chicken breast which came with grilled mushrooms, asparagus, chorizos, and a truffle cream sauce. My husband ordered the roast salmon which came with warm potatoes, seeded mustard, and watercress. For desert it was the macaroon tasting plate with coffee ice cream and chocolate gateau with grapefruit sorbet. All washed down with a nice glass of rose wine and beer. Cost for this meal was around $110 for the 2 of us. This included a 6% service charge. Amount is probably high for Cambodian standards but we would have paid more back home for this meal.
breakfast is very good here, very good service, atmosphere lovely. Lunch is ok, but dinner so so. Not enough food at dinner.
We called here for lunch as it was near to our hotel and we had visited Raffles in Singapore this year. The decor is really nice typical of this standard of hotel. We ordered our food but waited nearly 30 minutes for our meals to arrive. Food was very good. Most of the staff where really nice but some where a bit miserable which we had not seen before in Cambodia. The lack of feedback from the hotel on reviews shows they don't think they need to change which is a shame for a hotel carrying this great name.