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Everything is coming up Rosés

By: Darren Gall Posted: November-07-2013 in
Darren Gall

I’m calling it; Rosé wines are now officially trendy in Phnom Penh, the drink de rigueur for fashionistas, theatre goers and pretty young things.

An encounter at The Vine Retreat

By: Healthytravelsbali Posted: October-02-2013 in
Healthytravelsbali

...So I pull the pin on my family friendly accommodation in Kampot and escape to the hills near Kep. I end up at the Vines retreat which came recommended by another hotel guest in Phnom Penh. I arrive at the remote location, an hour’s tuk tuk ride from Kampot and marvel at the lush, mountainous surrounds.

Nothing dull about this Common Tiger

By: Poppy McPherson Posted: September-24-2013 in
Poppy McPherson

I love asparagus. I adore panacotta. It has never occurred to me to combine the two.

Last week I discovered the result: asparagus panacotta, mint-green and wobbling on the plate.

South of the border: Tex-Mex and the City

By: Emily Wright Posted: September-22-2013 in
Emily Wright

It's a rare thing for a dining experience to be one you’re sure you’ll never forget. But this was the case with Cocina Cartel – incidentally not for the food, but for the monsoonal rain that flooded the road, forcing us to stay inside after finishing our meal and knock back the numerous cocktails on offer, before finally giving up at about 11pm and wading knee-high through the flood water.

Flipping fantastic: the French pancake seller who hit upon an old tradition

By: Molyka Rom Posted: September-22-2013 in
Molyka Rom

On the left side of the pavement on Street 149, across from Baktouk Primary School, where schoolchildren from all over the country come to take extra classes, you can find an unusual couple with a very unusual business enterprise.

Playground dining at theatrical Ka Ka Suki Soup

By: 7Days Posted: August-23-2013 in
7Days

Koh Pich dining, in all its barbecued, deep fried, fairy-lit forms, is a fast and shiny experience best enjoyed with as many people as possible. From burger joints and barbecue chicken to Americana-inspired soft-serve salons – once you’re ensconced, the novelty is hard to resist.

Art Surgery, Saving the paintings of the Cambodian National Museum

By: WUPP Posted: August-22-2013 in
WUPP

The Cambodian National Museum has only six of its twenty-one paintings on display. The rest, from the 19th and 20th century, are hidden in the storage room : some stained, torn, and warped by humidity; others burnt, with damaged borders and missing pigments.

The city’s top 30 dining deals for budget gourmands

By: Post 7 Days Posted: August-21-2013 in
Post 7 Days

With slurp-worthy noodles on every corner, top-notch international chefs, and late-night dining aplenty, Phnom Penh is a city for foodies – you just have to know where to look. Whether you’re an adventurous diner, a fried-food fanatic, or a pauper with expensive tastes, we’ve got 30 of the city’s best dishes for your budget.

Moscato Magic

By: Darren Gall Posted: August-11-2013 in
Darren Gall

Light, playful, soft and all tingly on your tongue, moscato wine is like a refreshing, delightful little spa for your palate and a sure way to inject in the fun.

Safe, secure, flexible banking with an international account

By: Paul Dodd Posted: August-05-2013 in
Paul Dodd

I am sure some of you will have been concerned at the scenes outside banks and ATM machines over recent days. Crowds of people desperate to withdraw their cash are always guaranteed to

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