Amok trei is a traditional Cambodian dish. It is a kind of steamed curried fish.
The main ingredient of Amok trei is fish coated in a thick coconut milk with kroeung, either steamed or baked and wrapped around by banana leaves. Amok trei is often served during Water Festival. What make amok trei become extremely special and unique are the leaves of noni tree and the use of fingerroot.
It is the most popular street food in Cambodia which is sold early every morning. Simple but amazingly delicious, bai sach chrouk is made from thinly sliced pork grilled over warm coals and rice.
Tourists will be attracted by Lap Khmer at the first sight by its colorfulness and aroma. Lap Khmer is a beef salad in which beef more than salad.
As it name, this food looks totally red. However, Khmer red curry is as not as spicy as in Thailand, so it is much easier to enjoy.
Nom banh chok is one kind of noodles which is often sold by the vendor in the morning. The image of woman carrying it on baskets from a pole balanced on their shoulder selling Nom banh chok is easily...
Kdam cha is a delicacy of seaside town in Cambodia. Lively crabs are caught and processed immediately to keep their freshness.
Kuy teav - another kind of noodles, like Nom bank chok, is popular breakfast dish in Cambodia. Unlike Nom banh chok - a fish-based curry, Kuy teav is a pork-based soup.