Ratanakiri Cambodia : Restaurants
A listing of some of the best restaurants and eating houses in Ratanakiri Cambodia.
There are not many restaurants in town and some of the best food is served at the hotel/guesthouse restaurants.
After dark the town gets quiet fairly quickly so don't expect a lot of choice later in the evening.
Inexpensive, small local restaurant serving Cambodian, Chinese and some Western fare including burgers, fries and 'stuffed pizza.' Pretty good food. Very inexpensive. English language menu although you don't always get what you order.
5km towards the Vietnamese border from town. Some great Vietnamese dishes along with local favourites. Friendly place set amongst trees and a stream. Very relaxing.
Very popular local restaurant serving Cambodian breakfast (noodle soup or fried meat with rice and pickles.) A noisy, frenetic place with no less than four TVs. Breakfast from 6:00am - 9:30am.
Popular with travelers and locals. Good international food focusing on Chinese and Cambodian with a few western dishes. Indoor and street side seating. Reasonably priced.
Le Jovial Jarai in the Terres Rouges Lodge
The finest restaurant in town. A wooden building in a garden setting with refined décor and ambiance. Cambodian Thai, Chinese and some western fare. Western breakfasts. Full bar with cocktails. Open from 6:30am - 9:00pm
Very reasonably priced guesthouse restaurant serving international, Cambodian and some western fare. Covered open air seating in a quiet area just outside the center of town.
Yaklom Hill Lodge
Covered, open-air restaurant in a jungle garden setting. The sounds of jungle birds and traditional wind chimes (bird chasers) add to the atmosphere. Very good Thai, Cambodian, Lao and some western food. Excellent attention to hygiene and use quality ingredients. Lots of maps and information.
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