Cambodia, Siem Reap, a high-end restaurant very close to our hotel, said that the high-end is better decorated, and more foreigners eat, a total of two floors, Southeast Asian open style, Indonesian cuisine. The price is not very expensive, the key is that the environment is good and the quality of the dishes seems to be guaranteed.
Coffee is the main drink in Southeast Asian countries. We found this Indochina coffee shop here. The coffee tastes good.
Fusion food is served here. We tried mainly the local Kmer cushiness which were fine but not outstanding. The same with the pasta which we ordered. Service is efficient but could be a bit more ehthuisatic. But it is not an inexpensive restaurant as far as Siem Reap is concerned.
Despite a large entrance, the actual seating area is deep inside the compound and are sheltered by some wooden barriers. There is a small pond and some wooden carvings on both sides of the wooden stairs leading up to the seats upstairs. Because the upper deck is about twenty steps from street level, the seats there are even quieter and cooler than the ones downstairs.
I had a vegetable curry dish which was spicy - delicious. It was also a nice atmosphere and good service.
If you still have room for dessert go for the mousse au chocolat after meal....it''s melting in your mouth!
It is particularly popular among the local exptriates and European community because over 90% of the tables were occupied by them. This was probably why the French owner did not even bother to say hello to us (Asians) even though we (a party of 8) were the first group of customers they had that night.