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Cambodian Village Cooking Class
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from US$26.00*
Khmer Cooking Class in Siem Reap
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Cambodian Cook-Out - A unique...
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Have a really great time on the class, Chris bring me to the local market and introducing lots of things about Cambodia food and culture.
Once we got to Lily and Chris house, Lily was so lovely; she showed us around their lovely garden, we talked about Cambodian food and life.
Urban Forage Phnom Penh
Thank you Ducky for a wonderful night of fantastic food and drink!
... informative relaxed enthusiastic entertaining hostess Each location was a surprise and always had a 'wow' factor Food variety and quality were sensational complemented by choice of cocktails wine and beer
BRILLIANT - Excellent Class - Wonderful People - Delicious Food
I strongly recommend doing the cooking class at Coconut Lyly if you want delicious Khmer food made in a clean and relaxed atmosphere - and some practice making it for yourself!
Steven's knowledge of the food, people and customs of Cambodia was fantastic and the food and drink he'd selected for us to sample were without exception outstanding.
Overall a big fat successful morning of delicious food, interesting education, laughter and fun, bustling markets and the magnificent Cambodian countryside, If you are a foodie, you must do thes tour.
Vespa Adventures Siem Reap
Fantastic Night Food Tour, Great hosts, guides and drivers!
The guides and drivers were terrific and really wanted us to have a good time--local food was fantastic and local people were very gracious!
Vespa Adventures Phnom Penh
The stops are well paced, the guides knowledgeable locals and the food and drink plentiful.
A brilliant night out, seeing the sights with a knowledgeable guide, tasting food at establishments where the locals eat, all travelling in style on the back seat of a Vespa.
The trek tour was very well run with great food, transport was ideal and the access to sights efficiently made our time spent there well worth while.
We had a go at harvesting rice with a sickle with a farmer's eight grandchildren, enjoyed a refreshing bamboo drink, saw a man dehusking rice and sampled some local snacks at the night food market.
4 Ways to experience it
Then a very well organized half a day, well balanced between local people food habits, the local products and the local specialities cooking class : an excellent and fresh moment in the too touristic Siem Reap bec...
He picks you up at your hotel in a tuk tuk, gives you a great tour of a local food market, tells you about life in Cambodia, and helps you cook the most amazing food in the most authentic setting possible.
Angkor Street Eats Siem Reap
The tour included 5 stops - so much food from Khmer snacks, soup, banana/ passionfruit & coconut milk drink, bbq beef skewer, Amok steamed fish, salads, Spring rolls fresh & deep fried from stret cart, warm pork b...
Sin Soben, our very friendly, knowledgeable and humorous guide was as much a treat as the vast array of street food, drinks and Siem Reap locations which you end up sampling on this tour.
Nary Kitchen Battambang
Fantastic value, highly recommended for singles, couples, families, anyone who looking for a fun activity in Battambang at a good price, where you can learn something and enjoy some delicious traditional food.
... about the local market produce.We cooked 4 dishes over the course of 2.5hrs then got to eat them!! Toot and Nary were fantastic hosts and we both HIGHLY recommend everyone coming here to learn and eat local food.
Siem Reaper Siem Reap
The various 'off the beaten track' stops were excellent and we had some great food and viewed a magical sunset.
We went on a Street food tour with 5 friends from Australia.
7 Ways to experience it
But when you have time and would like a departure from touring, this class is a wonderful way to immerse yourself in Cambodian food culture with an entertaining and organized instructor.
A really friendly introduction to cooking a delicious Cambodian meal after an interesting fresh food market tour.
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Thanks Navin for a great class, the food was fantastic and the meals are huge, best tip l can give is only do the one course option as the meals are huge.
I would definitely recommend this class to anyone looking to make some authentic Cambodian food in a friendly, relaxed setting at a very reasonable price.
It was a good bit of fun and we learnt new techniques and made some awesome food which we all finished off at lunch!
We had Germans, French, and Americans in our class all enjoying the creation of delicious khmer food.
We were taken to the fresh food market in Siem Reap by Tuk Tuk from the hotel & our chef Pothea & his assistance Liam were great guides explaining the different vegetables & herbs as well as many other 'interestin...
He went over a above his brief in teaching me about Cambodian food and gave me extra recipes I was interested in and helped me to cook them as well as the main class foods.
Ayana Journeys Siem Reap
... was very insightful and knowledgeable about everywhere we went and gave us a really interesting and enjoyable tour Firstly to a local restaurant where we tried "everyday" cuisine, 6-7 dishes of delightful food!
We got to go to the markets and try local food, visit a 70+ year old local woman who was happy talk and share her experiences, lunched at a local Khmer cafe, visited a working temple, also a temple where the bones...
... cook something new, in spending a few hours in the company of a truly fun and unique instructor, and in eating delicious food, you absolutely should get in touch with Nara to set up a cooking class at Feel Good.
Nara is a friendly, enthousiastic chef who also hosts excellent street food tours (via Backstreet Academy).
Backstreet Academy Phnom Penh
Even though we did a street food tour in Vietnam last year, we had plenty of new experiences and discoveries!
We also went on the street food tour with Nara.
Her teaching skills are excellent and I now have enough knowledge to bring back home and cook my own Khmer food :) Try the Ban Chao chicken + vegetables & the Green Mango salade!!! My favourites.. Mmmm :)
Sinoun really is passionate about cooking and teaching others, spreading the love of Khmer food!
Tastes of Cambodia Sihanoukville
We made four delicious dishes that we enjoyed immensely, it was the perfect amount of food, and the most amazing flavours with everything made from scratch, all in a very clean and sanitary kitchen/classroom.
I was there with my friends plus an 11-year-old son of my friend, and we opted for the most traditional Khmer food: fish amok.
Tann is a fantastic guide who takes you to the places you wish you were bold enough to venture on your own - the local spots where you truly get to experience Khmer food at its most authentic.
Lost Plate Food Tour introduced me to what Cambodia food is, giving me all the explanations and details about the food.
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Kingdom Breweries Phnom Penh
The staff are super friendly and the brewery offers an all you can drink for $10-15 (I forget) package.
We discussed how to improve an already great experience, and that is to do food pairings with the beer.
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Smile Net Tour Battambang
This is the way to see the area - had so many stops at interesting attractions, he knows all the good places, had local food and a very good photographer.
He took me around to all the local places worth seeing as well as local food makers.
After a large cocktail, we soon relaxed and had a very interesting and amusing evening, checking out local haunts, eating bbq street food among the locals on a picnic mat at the roadside!
My wife and did the After Dark Food Tour and the Country side life tours with this company.
It was really nice to have someone walk you through a market and explain the Khmer food culture and lifestyle and we were impressed with Deborah's knowledge of the country, its history, and its food.
Amazing and Unique street food tour
Not only the best food we ate in Cambodia but also a delightful opportunity to get a "taste" of Cambodian family life.
Great to get off the beaten path where all the tourists hang out, ate some amazing food and learned about the food culture in Phnom Pehn, enjoyed some fun company with our guide Sokha, and loved having our own per...
Phnom Penh Food Tours put together a really well organized evening with a variety of local Cambodian eats including nom banh chok, sour soups, quality barbeque, and mung bean pudding.