Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Breakfast is a generous choice of breads or cereal, followed
by warm dishes, Asian or Western. The croissant with lemon curd was
passable and eggs Benedict were excellent. A small English fry-up
was also flawless. There’s fresh juice and tea or coffee.
Indicate your choice at night and you can have it served to your
The casual dining menu specialises in clay-oven pizzas. Specials we tried included straightforward Vietnamese duck spring rolls, and fish fillets in a kind of sesame batter with mayonnaise. The latter were fine, but why did they come with both spinach farfalle and a foil-baked potato? The chocolate cassata with vanilla ice cream had a surfeit of coconut flakes at one end and candied fruit at the other. It was all tasty, but not perhaps for people who expect their food to make sense - and given how packed the place gets at dinnertime with expats and tourists alike, not a lot of them do.
For alternatives, simply wander along the riverfront and see what takes your fancy.
- Room Service
- Vegetarian Menu
- Walk to restaurants
- Coffee/tea making