Sunday, March 1, 2009

Chez Sophea, in front of Angkor Wat

This was a great find, a place recommended by our friends Peter and Joanne and the Luxe guide. Chez Sophea is opened by a frenchman and counts mostly french expatriates amongst its clients. Located in front of Angkor Wat, it enjoys a stunning vista and is just the remedy for hot tired travellers and aching feet. The bread (home-baked, of course), was perfect. The grilled aged beef, succulent, juicy and tasty - even if one small corner ended up uncooked. We were glad of the opportunity to just sit back and laze around for a small window of time. Prices not cheap but reasonable at USD15 for a 2 course set lunch including salad and bread.
Open only from 11am, no takeaways. In front of Angkor Wat (it's the last shed on the row of food sheds).

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