Siem Reap Food Tours

Food Chronicles

Eating and learning about Cambodian & Khmer cuisines

 

Cambodia and Siem Reap are most known for Angkor Wat and the epic temples representing the country’s history.

The cuisine also shares of the past with indigenous Khmer roots and with influences from France, China, Vietnam, and Thailand.

If you are unfamiliar with Cambodian and Khmer dishes and visit Siem Reap for the first time, a food tour must be first on your itinerary.

Siem Reap Food Tours

Siem Reap Food Tours is an excellent option for tourists.

Steven Halcrow, a Scottish chef, and Lina Goldberg, a food and travel writer, are two expats in Siem Reap sharing the tastes of the city. You have an option of a morning tour or an evening tour, both with visits to markets and local restaurants.

Over the years, Steven has developed a camaraderie with locals as seen in his interactions and growing command of the Khmer language. As he is an expat, tourists feel as though they are traveling with a fellow food-loving friend and not a disconnected guide.

You are taken to local restaurants that are out of reach for typical tourists. Steven assures guests of safe eating through his food knowledge, research, and experience. Plus, with the option of Cambodian beers at every stop, there really should be no worry about getting sick.

And for the true local way of eating, the evening tour concludes at the night market for a feast of barbecue, fruits, and desserts.

For those who seek to learn about everyday Khmer and Cambodian cuisine, Siem Reap Food Tours is the perfect food adventure.

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Steven introducing the beef on our first stop. Seems sketchy at first, but the taste of the beef is so clean and fresh
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The cow freshly butchered each day
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Barbecued beef with fresh vegetables. Dipped in prahok, fermented fish
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Steven breaking a duck egg into the soup
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Noodles, vegetables, and condiments for the soup
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Complex layers of flavor in every sip. Paired with Cambodia beer
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Simmering beef soup
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Steven choosing barbecued pork ribs and stuffed frogs for a late night snack
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Local fruits and vegetables at the night market
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Jackfruit vendor at the night market
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Local desserts at the night market

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Siem Reap Food Tours
Online reservations required
http://www.siemreapfoodtours.com/


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