The Phum Baitang team proved themselves more than capable of catering for vegan guests with everything from the welcome drinks and platter of traditional Cambodian snacks to the food we ate at mealtimes all being 100% vegan.
Breakfast at Phum Baitang is somewhat of a vegan treat. The staff were happy to create some ‘off menu’ dishes to give us extra choice, giving us bowls of noodle soup alongside delicious vegetable congee, homemade bread with a selection of jams, fresh fruit salad and freshly squeezed juices.
But the real vegan excitement came from having tofu scramble on the menu.
Not only did we get to enjoy deliciously cooked tofu, laced with fresh Cambodian basil leaves on toast, but we were able to take satisfaction from the fact that this is a regular menu item that others can also enjoy. By having vegan options on the regular menu, non-vegan guests will undoubtedly select them, meaning that more plant based meals are served and all the related benefits are achieved.