The Best Restaurant in Angkor Wat
Our Angkor Restaurant
Come inside and rest your feet for a bit. We know you must be tired from your temple exploration. Luckily, you’ve found one of the best restaurants in Angkor.
Welcome to our wooden house, Sala Russey.
Continue your Angkor adventure through the flavors of our authentic Cambodian recipes. Or, opt for something a bit more familiar. We serve up classic Western dishes, healthy vegetarian meals, and halal options.
Every day we bring the highest quality ingredients into the Angkor Wat Park to make sure you’ll enjoy your food. The big question is where do you want to sit?
Angkor Restaurant Reviews
See what some of our lovely guests have to say about Sala Russey, our lovely restaurant near Angkor Wat. All of the following reviews come from either our TripAdvisor or Google Business page. Don’t forget to leave us a review after savoring our delicious Cambodian food in Angkor!
“Lovely food and service”
“Best restaurant for lunch in Angkor Wat area. Lovely food and service. Fair prices & very clean place.”
Paul van Thold
“Must visit at Angkor!”
“We had our sumptuous lunch at Sala Russey after our tiring tour in Angkor Wat which empower us to continue our tour to Ta Phrom and Bayon Temple after the lunch. The restaurant ambiance is also distinctive to other restaurant in the area. All tourist who plans to have lunch after their Angkor Wat tour must visit and have lunch in Sala Russey.”
“My guest house recommended this restaurant at Angkor Park. I must admit, it looked a lot cleaner than the other places that we bypassed. The garden and view were very picturesque and it was nice to get away from the hustle and bustle of the main Angkor drag, which was full of Chinese tourists. The service and dishes were very good. I avoided the western choices and was a bit adventurous with the Khmer stuff. Price was a bit more than paid in town but in my opinion it was still good value. I would revisit.”
“Delicious and authentic”
“The Khmer food here is so good! They even have a vegetarian menu for those not wanting meat as well as Western food for those that aren’t too adventurous. I really appreciated the decor and ambiance after spending the morning trekking around Angkor temples. The restaurant has a relaxing pond and mini jungle/garden. Overall I enjoyed my stop here during my tour and I highly recommend it!”
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