Traditional Cambodian Food in Siem Reap
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 Angkor restaurants.
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 from Siem Reap into the Angkor Wat Park to make sure you’ll enjoy your food. The big question is where do you want to sit?
Follow the wooden bridge over a water lily pond to head inside Sala Russey. There you can cool off from the tropical Cambodian heat in our comfortable A/C seating. While waiting for your meal, spend some time checking out the original art pieces hanging about.
Or, perhaps you prefer feeling the fresh Angkor breeze gently rolling across your skin. Kick back, relax, and feel at peace in our green bamboo garden. The air is perfumed by the huge variety of flowers and other vegetation growing around our wooden house.
Here to serve you
The Sala Russey Team
Mr. Sok Kimsong is our head chef at Sala Russey. He is an amazing chef with almost 20 years of experience cooking Western, Khmer, and Thai fare. On top of his busy job, Mr. Sok Kimsong also provides hospitality training for the restaurant staff.
Mr. Soum Sengthai is Sala Russey’s restaurant manager. He takes time out of his busy schedule to provide our staff with English language training.
Only the best
Sala Russey is much more than a good-looking restaurant. We spent a great deal of time finding local markets that could provide us with fresh daily produce for our restaurant in Siem Reap. We did this to craft the highest quality Cambodian dishes for you and to also cycle money through our less-fortunate local communities.
Beautiful Lakeside Location
Beautifully located along the banks of Srah Srang at the heart of Angkor
Fresh Ingredients Daily
Local Angkor and Siem Reap markets deliver fresh ingredients to our kitchen every day
Lovely Bamboo Garden
Lounge, relax, and dine outdoors in our lovely bamboo garden
Plentiful vegetation and an amazing location offer some of the best views in Angkor
Ancient Cambodian recipes to match the ancient temples
Escape from the tropical heat with comfortable A/C seating
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