Ate the fish amok and had a mango smoothie. Both were absolutely delicious! However the amok was $4.50 USD which compared to the $1-2 USD meals you can always find surely disqualifies this from "cheap eats" status.
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this was one of the highlights of our visit to cambodia. we happened on this restaurant on a friends recommendation and what a find! around the corner you will find bright shiny places that are supposed to pull in the westerners but do not be...More
Ate here last night and the food was delicious (had the sweet and sour fish dish). It's all cooked really fresh using local and homegrown ingredients. It's also very reasonably priced - my meal was only $3.50. It does look a little tired, but I'd...More
A really charming place, with a great family atmosphere and superb food. The whole town has a quite laid back and warm vibe, and it was great to just sit on one of the tables outside and watch the locals, whilst eating traditional food, cooked...More
Great food! Had the beef lok lack- excellent. We had a craving for "Western food" too, so had the spaghetti- very tasty. Owner was very friendly.
We noticed this comfortable looking family restaurant while wondering round Battambang and came back in the evening to have a look. The staff/proprietor were super friendly and welcoming and so kind. The fish Amok was incredible, so much so that we decided to do the...More
Yesterday I had a fantastic time learning traditional Khmer cooking with Vannak the chef and owner of Smokin Pot Restaurant in Battambang, Cambodia. Vannak runs a very authentic and responsible operation that 100% supports other local businesses within his community. Starting off we headed to...More
Myself and my friend just came back from a cooking class with Vannak at Smokin' Pot, it was absolutely amazing. We went directly to the restaurant yesterday to book for today. Vannak gave us a walk through of what the $10 cooking class involved which...More
Four tables out on the street, mum and daughter cooking and waiting on table, and the most delicious beef lok lak. Proper Cambodian food eaten by two very happy tourists.