1 Day CAMBODIAN STREET FOOD TOUR – Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner in Phnom Penh, Cambodia!

1 Day CAMBODIAN STREET FOOD TOUR - Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner in Phnom Penh, Cambodia!
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On this Cambodian street food tour in Phnom Penh, I’m taking you on a one day tour to eat authentic Khmer breakfast lunch and dinner in a single day.

Cambodian Breakfast – 7 am
There are plenty of dishes you can eat for breakfast in Cambodia, but nothing is as popular or widely available as a dish called bai sach chrouk, grilled thin strips of marinated pork over broken rice with pickles and soup on the side. It’s a simple combination, but a plate for breakfast is extremely satisfying. Price – 3,500 KHR ($0.84)

Cambodian Lunch – 11:30 am
Just outside of Psar Chas (Old Market) in Phnom Penh, you’ll find an abundance of colorful Khmer street food stall that serve all sorts of grilled river fish, and a huge selection of different dishes to choose from. While most locals get their food for takeaway, a kind lady offered us a seat in front of her house to sit down and eat. It was an amazing and extremely local Cambodian food lunch. The grilled fish and the parhok were my favorite dishes. Lunch total price – 35,000 KHR ($8.42)

Cambodian Dinner – 6:30 pm
For Cambodian dinner we decided to eat Cambodian bbq, and it’s a type of restaurant you’re going to want to try when you’re in Cambodia. 34 Langeach Sros is a Cambodian beer garden style restaurant, and they have a pretty good assortment of grilled meats and unique Cambodian delicacies. It was one of the tastiest Cambodian meals I’ve ever had in my life. The ant larvae and goat was amazing, and the eel fried with herbs was outstanding. Thank you to Lina from http://www.movetocambodia.com/ for the recommendation. Total price – $22.88

That completes an authentic tour of Cambodian food in a single day, including breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

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  1. That was some pretty brave fish eating. I have traveled to Southeast Asia and I am a pretty adventurous eater but probably the least brave when it comes to fish. That’s because I grew up eating the best cooked fish and seafood in the world. Louisiana Cajun cooked fish and seafood. ????

  2. U have no idea how the local eat these types of food. U should not eat in big portion like this. They are fermented and richly seasoned so u need to scoop very little to eat with rice. I know it's gonna be salty even before u take a bit. Hahah…Anyway, great video.

  3. I willl be in Cambodia next week — PP and SR — and I am excited to try the Khmer Cambodian street food that you featured on this video. The breakfast meal looks like the Filipino breakfast favorite “tocilog”, which is tocino (cure or sweetened pork) and rice paired with sunny side egg.

  4. So glad that you have fun in my Motherland "Cambodia".FYI. anytime you order "Prahok" it should be served with fresh veggies. eg. egg plan, cucumber, green bean. Yes, this show and shop are taken place in Cambodia but I don't remember we ever had any ant for lunch or dinner. It seems to me another ethnic group preparing these meals reflecting their trademark.

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