Where and What to Eat in Battambang
Battambang is regarded by many visitors as the best place in the country to see and enjoy the traditional rural Cambodian way of life.
People are friendly and the town seems less commercial than other Cambodian cities. As a result, the choice of restaurants is rather limited. But what there is, is interesting.Read More
- Private Angkor Wat & Royal Temples Excursion
- Afternoon Tour of Angkor Wat
- Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda & Independence Monument Half-Day Tour
- Phnom Penh Full-Day Guided Trip
- Private Excursion to Ancient Temples, Takéo Silk Village & Mount Chisor
- Small-Group Mekong Sunset Tour
- Sunrise Angkor Temple Photo Excursion
- Flight of the Gibbon Zipline Tour at Angkor Park
- Tonlé Sap Lake Tour with Sunset Dinner Cruise
- Angkor Temples Private Small-Group Tour
Bus Stop Guesthouse
Opened in July 2007 and extended and fully renovated in June 2008, the Bus Stop has Wi-Fi Internet, serves a real English breakfast and offers great value pub snacks, such as jumbo hotdog with cheese and bacon, pepperoni roll, and hot chips with gravy, until late at night.
- Address: 149 2nd Rd, next door to The White Rose.
- Tel: +855 (0)53 730 544
A popular place among travelers, Smokin’ Pot serves up authentic Khmer and Thai food. They also run half-day Cambodian cooking courses.
- Address: 298 Group 8, 20 Ousephea Village, Syaypor Commune.
- Tel: +855 (0) 12 657 125.
Sunrise has a variety of pastries, pizzas, pies and cookies, and serves Western breakfasts and a good selection of coffees and teas.
- Address: 630, Group 24, 20 Usaphea Village, Svay Pour, West of Psah Naht, past the Royal Hotel.
White Rose is an favourite with local residents and expats. The place is not big – it’s just a small corner shop – but the menu is full of good Khmer and Thai food at very reasonable prices.
- Address: 102E8, 20 Usaphea Village, Group 8, Svay Por Commune.
- Tel: +855 (0) 53 952 862.