At Paradise Eco Resort you can sip on fresh fruit cocktails in our tropical garden setting inspired by different Asian influences and enjoy our excellent Cambodian cuisine of local organic salads, Amok, Lok Lak and barbecue at the garden restaurant.
Our dishes are all as far as possible organics, locally made and MNG (Glutamate) free.
Come and enjoy our delicious local and western à la carte cuisine or check out the Khmer Set Menu BARAY with a glass of red or white wine.
Cooking classes at Paradise Eco Resort
Learn how the Khmers cook. In the cooking classes our chef introduces you to the secrets of Cambodian cuisine. First, you will go to the market where all the ingredients for Loc Lac/Amok are bought, then you will start to prepare the menu. Our chef cook will assist you during all the process. Finally, you are going to enjoy your Cambodian meal at the table in the garden restaurant.
The Restaurant is open from 7:00h until 22:00h
Rice is the staple grain, as in other Southeast Asian countries. Fish from the Mekong and Tonle Sap rivers is also an important part of the diet. Some of the fish can be made into prahok for longer storage. The cuisine of Cambodia contains tropical fruits, soups and noodles. Key ingredients are kaffir lime, lemon grass, garlic, fish sauce, soy sauce, curry, tamarind, ginger, oyster sauce, coconut milk and black pepper. Some delicacies are Num Bunhjok, Amok, Ah Ping, Lok Lak.
French influence on Cambodian cuisine includes the Cambodian red curry with toasted baguette bread. The toasted baguette pieces are dipped in the curry and eaten.
Cambodian red curry is also eaten with rice and rice vermicelli noodles. Probably the most popular dine out dish, ka tieu, is a pork broth rice noodle soup with fried garlic, scallions, green onions that may also contain various toppings such as beef balls, shrimp, pork or vegetable.
Paradise Eco Restaurant
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