Our Restaurant’s Atmosphere
We created Sala Russey to build a happy and smiling community that you will never forget. Our Angkor restaurant is a peaceful place designed for you to relax, whether you’re a Siem Reap local or an ancient temple traveler.
Our Food and Beverages
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.
In the first five months of this year, ticket sales from the Angkor Archaeological Park have brought in over $50 million. But, that’s an 8.5% decrease from last year!
Cambodian breakfasts are one of the most important meals of the day. They’re much more hearty than the bowl of cereal you’re probably used to because of the country’s farming traditions. Most Cambodian breakfast dishes will have some type of meat plus veggies and a serving of rice or noodles.
For now, Cambodian street food is overshadowed by those of its neighbors, Thailand and Vietnam. But, Cambodia’s street food recognition is growing every day thanks to the flocks of tourists visiting the Kingdom.