A little hole in the wall French restaurant with excellent food. The owner is the chef and was very pleasant. Great wine list as well.
Anaora is not badly located being near the National Museum and after exploring the museum we went for lunch. The staff were ok, but their English was limited, it was difficult to make ourselves understood when we wanted something slightly different to what was on the menu. But the worst was the fact that we had to wait 45 minutes... More
Based on other reviews we were expecting something much better. The waiting staff were not very efficient, getting our drinks order wrong twice and 2 out of 5 meals were wrong also. Most of us tried the Khmer food which we found be be pretty bland, but one of our group who is French decided she wanted some home comfort... More
We were getting a little tired of Amok and curry after 2 weeks of traveling and a nice French meal sounded really good. This restaurant is located near the National Museum and has both French and Khmer cuisine. Everything was great and we highly recommend a visit to Anaora. P.S. We went twice in one day.
Very continental style restaurant, but with a decent local selection as well. Very Clean, well located and easy to find near the entrance to the National Museum (don't be fooled by GoogleMaps, its hit was 6 long, hot blocks off the mark). Good espresso too, beans are from Lao Republic.
We ate here based on other's reviews and we were very happy we did. They have good selection of Khmer food along with some very nice French options. We had a ginger chicken and a cheese gallette, both were great. The blended fruit drinks were some of the best we've ever had! For dessert we had creme brûlée and an... More
I've eaten here twice and enjoyed both meals. The owner is French so the menu is French and Khmer. Service is very polite, atmosphere is quiet and calm, food is nice, presentation attractive. I'll return here for sure.
We went to this restaurant on our first night in Cambodia after a long and tiring flight. Arriving at about 9pm the restaurant was very quiet with only one other table occupied. I was worried this might be an ominous sign. Completely wrong impression! The food was simply fantastic. The caramel pork was tender and delicious. It's set the bar... More
Anaora was just what we needed having just flown in to phnom penh feeling tired, hungry and jet lagged. Our tuk-tuk dropped us off at the FCC and we carried on walking down the street, initially unsure whether we'd find it as the street got quieter, away from the riverbank. Having found it we were welcomed by the friendly French... More
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