Vegan Guide to Siem Reap

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Updated August 2018

Siem Reap should most definately be on your vegan travel hit list; you can see the magnificent temples of Angkor Wat and surrounding ruins of the ancient Kingdom of Angkor, eat great vegan food, enjoy cheap and chilled massages, shop in vibrant local markets or fairly trading boutiques. Because it’s such a popular destination with a huge local and international community, there are vegan options from a range of cuisines. In our Vegan Guide to Siem Reap you will find everything everything from a Southern Indian masala dosa to a kick ass vegan burger, as well as plenty of local Cambodian food in between.

There’s something for all budgets and occasions; you can eat dinner for $1 in a busy local noodle shop or eat in one of Asia’s top 50 restaurants and there are restaurants that support local charities or train disadvantaged local people too. Add a good variety of vegan Cambodian street food and delicious vegan versions of the local cuisine including fresh spring rolls, creamy coconut based curries and spicy peanutty dips and you’ll find it hard to go hungry in Siem Reap.

$ Lots of options under $5
$$ Nothing over $10
$$$ Expect your meal to cost $20+ per head

Vegan Restaurants in Siem Reap

Green-Go Garden $$

Green-Go Garden
366B Angkor Night Market St

Opening Times: 11am-10pm

100% vegan restaurant offering a relaxed space for food, drinks or to catch up with some work as it is also a co-working space. Vegan food includes pizzas with vegan cheese (best pizza in Siem Reap in our opinion), burritos, home made ravioli , falafels and chick pea with pumpkin curry. You can enjoy a glass of vegan wine from the selection of vegan wines available or a vegan craft beer with your food too, this is one of our regular spots in Siem Reap and well worth a visit.

Mexican Pizza at Green Go Siem Reap
Vegan Burrito at Green Go Siem Reap

Mahob Buos $

Mahob Buos
Tonle Sap Road
Wat Svay Village
Siem Reap
(Click the link above for their Facebook page to find a map showing new location)

Opening Times: 11am-9pm closed Friday

Mahob Buos is an all vegan restaurant in Siem Reap where the income generated is used to support a number of community projects that Azahar Foundation manages. The food is primarily plant based versions of Cambodian cuisine including curries, soups, amok and prahok khtis which is a traditional Khmer dish usually made with fermented fish paste. For those of you that don’t fancy Cambodia food there are a number of Western dishes including a couple of tasty vegan burgers available.

Vegan food in Siem Reap, Prahok Khtis at Mahob Buos
Vegan food in Siem Reap, Amok at Mahob Buos

Roots Cafe & Gallery $$

Roots Cafe & Gallery
Chocolate Road
Siem Reap

Opening Times: 11am-2.30pm and 5.30pm-9pm, closed Monday and Tuesday

The newest arrival on the vegan Siem Reap scene is Roots Cafe & Gallery which is located in a pleasant and relaxed garden setting. The food is a fusion of Khmer, Indonesia and Western cuisines in line with the background of the owners. The organic tomato bisque served with a melted ‘mozzarella’ and pesto sandwich is outstanding and the Indonesian sisig served with vegan mayo was also very tasty.

vegan tomato bisque at Roots in Siem Reap
vegan sisig at Roots in Siem Reap

Vibe $$

Kandal Village

Opening Times: 7.30am-9pm every day (closes at 4pm on Monday)

As the first all plant based restaurant in Siem Reap this place is a favourite with vegan expats and vegan travellers and rightly so; brand new, modern design creates a cool and funky vibe meaning it’s the perfect place to hang out with friends. Enjoy dishes with exciting ingredients like tempeh, organic brown rice, fermented pickled beetroot and probiotic nut cheese and whatever you do don’t miss out on the raw desserts.

‘Ritual Bowl with tempeh at Vibe in Siem Reap
vegan sandwich at Vibe in Siem Reap

Vegetarian Restaurants in Siem Reap

Banlle $$

Street 26

Opening Times: 11am-9.30pm every day, closed Tuesday

Banlle is in a peaceful garden setting which also has a modern AC restaurant downstairs and open air seating on the balcony. The menu covers Khmer and Western vegetarian food that is mostly vegan and absolutely delicious, since the recent refurb this is fast becoming our favourite spot in Siem Reap due to the setting, food and ambiance. Banlle should be on your ‘must visit’ list in Siem Reap and make sure to try the insanely good vegan fish and chips made from banana flower.

vegan fish and chips at Banlle in Siem Reap
vegan pad Thai at Banlle in Siem Reap

Yuan Sheng Vegetable Restaurant $

Yuan Sheng Vegetable Restaurant
Lok Tanuey Road

Opening Times: 7am-9pm every day

Cheap, tasty, local dishes that are nearly all vegan apart from egg noodles in a few dishes; the staff are very helpful, the AC is a welcome retreat and everything we’ve eaten has been delicious. Since opening it has fast become one of our favourites and other vegans (and non vegans) living in Siem Reap all seem to agree that this is one of the best options in town.

fried rice with vegetables and mock meat at Yuan Sheng Vegetable Restaurant in Siem Reap
White noodles with crispy spring rolls, rice noodles and mock meat at Yuan Sheng Vegetable Restaurant in Siem Reap

Moringa Bar and Restaurant $$

Permanently Closed

Dishes at Moringa are all vegetarian, with many vegan options, alongside a selection of organic vegan craft beers and flavoured kombucha to choose from. The tofu nuggets with a choice of homemade sauces are just incredible and the caulicower bites are equally as good, so far we’ve loved everything we’ve tried and can highly recommend this place for the food, the drinks and the vibes. You can also order from AtMOsphere (see listing below) as they share the same space.

tofu nuggets at Moringa in Siem Reap
cauliflower Buffalo wings at Moringa in Siem Reap

Chamkar $

Chamkar House
The Passage

Opening Times: 11am-10pm every day (opens 5pm on Sunday)

One of the few 100% veggie places town, Chamkar has a branch in the heart of the popular Pub Street area as well as a more beautiful and spacious restaurant a little out of the town centre. The menu contains traditional Khmer food and is mainly vegan so there’s a good selection to eat your way through. Our absolute, hands down favourite dish is the ‘Cambodian Wedding Day Dip’, a peanutty, coconutty warm dip that has never failed to impress us. They kindly gave us the recipe too (get it here!)

Cambodian Wedding Day Dip
Stuffed tofu at Chamkar in Siem Reap

Peace Cafe $ $

Peace Cafe
River Road

Opening Times: 7.30am-9pm every day

We love the Peace Cafe and we’re pretty sure you will too. It’s a long standing 100% veggie restaurant with excellent labelling that points out the dishes that aren’t vegan (plenty of dishes are). The menu is a fairly international mix of everything including yummy brown rice vegan sushi, vegetable tempura, salads and Khmer curries, must try dishes include the ‘Kreung Khitis’ (a curry paste, tofu, peanut and coconut dip with green beans), any of the sushi platters, the tempura and their Vegetable Red Curry with Tofu.

Oh and they have twice daily yoga classes, a cool shop, free Khmer classes, a vegetarian cooking class and they sell vegan cake. You see why we love it?

Khmer Kreung Khtis at Peace Cafe
vegan sushi at Peace Cafe in Siem Reap

Veg ‘G’ Table $$

Permanently Closed

Now 100% vegetarian restaurant, this is the place to get freshly made, hearty, delicious vegan food like falafel plates with fresh, homemade flatbread, a vegan burger to die for (served with a mountain of sweet potato fries) and to try out whatever the weekly special is (we are really hoping the chilli laced with cocoa makes it on to the regular menu), the value for money is exceptional and the quality of the food is great. Highly recommended.

falafel plate at Veg G Table Siem Reap
vegan special at Veg G Table in Siem Reap

Vitking House $

Vitking House
Phsa Nhe

Opening Times: 8am-8pm every day

Vitking House is a local 100% veggie restaurant where you can get your mock meat fix also a selection of rice, soups and noodle dishes, the hot plate with noodles is pretty tasty and the mushroom skewers are amazing, we can’t get enough of them. There are some Western style dishes too, but in our opinion they are best avoided…

vegan mushroom skewers at Vitking House in Siem Reap

Vegan Friendly Restaurants in Siem Reap

Vanakkam $

The Lane

Opening Times: 10am-11pm every day

Our favourite dosa in town is from Vanakkam where they have an amazing array of vegan friendly indian food, our other favourite dishes include the South Indian thali and the chilli gobi. The father and son are super friendly and we have worked with them to introduce a 100% vegan menu that is now available upon request meaning this is for sure the most vegan friendly Indian restaurant in Siem Reap.

masala dosa at Vannakam in Siem Reap
vegetable samosas at Vannakam in Siem Reap

Footprints $$

Street 26

Opening Times: 6.30am-10pm every day

Footprints is a socially conscious cafe that opened in 2016 with a number of vegan options on the menu including a Vegan Banana Passion Pancake, Cambodian Vegetarian Curry, Vegan Burger with Mango Salad, Fresh Vegetable Spring Rolls and Pumpkin Soup. They also serve ‘Sundowners’ $1.50 cocktails every evening which is well worth checking out.

vegan pancakes at Footprints in Siem Reap
vegan burger at Footprnts Cafe in Siem Reap

Bang Bang Bakery $

Bang Bang Bakery
Taphul Road

Opening Times: 8am-6pm (closed Monday and Tuesday)

Vegan cakes, vegan bagels and a selection of superb vegan breads anyone? Then look no further than Bang Bang Bakery as these guys have really got it going on, there’s not much else we can say other than put this place high up on your list!

vegan Oreo cake at Bang Bang Bakery in Siem Reap
bagel with vegan cashew cream cheese at Bang Bang Bakery in Siem Reap

Chanrey Tree $$

Chanrey Tree
Pokambor Avenue

Opening Times: 11am-2.30pm and 6pm-10.30pm every day

Chanrey Tree is an up market option next to the river with an extensive vegetarian menu that has lots of vegan options; we love the fresh spring rolls and the soft tofu with smoked eggplant and chilli. It’s a popular restaurant so make sure to book a table in adavnce and ask to be seated upstairs so you can enjoy the cool AC…

Soft tofu with smoked eggplant and chilli at Chanrey Tree
Tasty fresh spring rolls at Chanrey Tree

Malis $$$

Pokambor Avenue

Opening Times: 6am-10pm every day

It’s very exciting that Malis, which is considered by some to be one of the best restaurants in Siem Reap now has an all vegetarian menu which is mostly vegan, since opening, their menu has only offered a few veggie side dishes so it is great news that Chef Luu Meng and his team have now decided to introduce a vegetarian menu.

Pineapple fried rice at Malis in Siem Reap
vegan red curry at Malis in Siem Reap


Chocolate Road

Opening Times: 11.30am-2.30pm and 5.30pm-9.30pm every day (closed on Sunday)

HAVEN is the place to go if you want to eat good food whilst supporting a great local cause. The beautifully designed restaurant (a short tuk tuk ride from pub street) trains and supports vulnerable young people who may be from orphanages or very rural poor areas. The food is excellent, service is spot on and they can easily make vegan adaptions to the menu.

vegan version of the delightful Zuri Gschnetzlets with Swiss Rosti at Haven in Siem Reap
Delicious vegan curry at Haven

ARTillery Cafe $$

Artillery Cafe
Wat Bo Road

Opening Times: 7.30am-9pm every day

ARTillery Cafe has a great selection of vegan food including some raw dishes too. If you love raw cake, zoodles, raw pizza and juices then this place is for you but they also do a good vegan burger and some other healthy vegan options that are cooked like pulled jackfruit tacos. Ask for the vegan bread option when ordering anything made with bread like sandwiches and burgers.

Here is our review of Artillery Cafe.

Zucchini pasta at Artillery in Siem Reap
vegan fawaffle plate at Artillery in Siem Reap

La Pasta $

La Pasta
Hospital Street

Opening Times: 12.30am-9pm (closed on Monday)

With plenty of options in Siem Reap for pizza and pasta everyone has their favourite, to be honest we’ve got a few that we like but how can we not include the only Italian restaurant that has a separate vegan menu including spaghetti with vegan meatballs, almond parmesan and pizza with cashew cheese…certainly worth checking out as it’s very good indeed!

vegan meatballs and spaghetti at La Pasta in Siem Reap
vegan aubergine dish at La Pasta in Siem Reapa

AtMOsphere $

Closed temporarily


Opening Times: 11am-10pm (closed on Monday)

Mo is a local legend, he serves up delicious falafel plates, creamy hummus, zucchini stew and other vegan delights including a dish called ‘Ask Mo’. Bring your own beer (including one for Mo:) and enjoy one of the most laid back and cool spots in Temple Town, we nearly forgot to mention if you don’t like beer then Mo has a ‘tea buffet’ where you can create your own blends…

vegan falafel plate at AtMOsphere in Siem Reap
tea buffet at AtMOsphere in Siem Reap

Baby Elephant $$

Baby Elephant Boutique Hotel
Street 53

A great option for somewhere to stay in Siem Reap if you are vegan is the Baby Elephant Boutique where you can eat a choice of not one, but two tasty vegan burgers plus delicious spring rolls, vegan pastas, tofu ‘fish’ and chips or even have a leisurely breakfast of tofu scramble and home made potato hash before relaxing by the pool. Non hotel guests are welcome, the food is great and the pool is lovely, as are the friendly staff.

one of the vegan burgers at Baby Elephant Boutique Hotel in Siem Reap
vegan fish and chips at Baby Elephant Boutique Hotel in Siem Reap

Lily’s Secret Garden

Lily’s Secret Garden
Street 22
Wat Bo

Opening Times: 11am-9pm (closed Monday)

Lily’s Secret Garden is well worth a visit, also you can join the lovely Lily for one of her cooking classes. Her vegan food is delicious and she is more than happy to offer an all vegan Cambodian cooking experience which includes a visit to a local market to buy ingredients.

Vegan Food Siem Reap - Lilys Secret Garden 2

New Leaf Eatery $$

New Leaf Eatery
behind Angkor Trade Center

Opening Times: 7.30am-9.30pm every day

This is the only place to go for a full vegan breakfast, do not miss this when you’re in town as it really hits the spot, there are other vegan dishes on the menu and this is a lovely spot to relax and enjoy some tasty food knowing your money is going to a great cause at this ‘not for profit’ restaurant in Siem Reap.

Vegan breakfast at New Leaf Eatery in Siem Reap

Gelato Lab $

Gelato Lab
Alley West

Opening Times: 9am-11.30pm every day

When you want a little sweet treat and you’re wandering around the Pub Street area, there’s no better place to go than Gelato Lab who have an entire menu of vegan sorbets. If you can’t decide which flavour to try, they’re always happy to let you sample first. We love the fresh fruity cavours as well as the decadent chocolate sorbet.

Gelato Lab Vegan Sorbet

Little Red Fox $$

Little Red Fox
Kandal Village

Opening Times: 6.30am-5pm every day (closed on Monday)

Little Red Fox is our favourite place to get a good, pure, clean coffee hit, friendly vibes, community minded folk, great coffee and even has vegan food on the new menu, we love the sweet potato slices, with chick peas and tahini sauce…

If you don’t have a caffeine habit then get one and get yourself down to the Little Red Fox!

vegan sweet potato dish at Little Red Fox in Siem Reap

Cuisine Wat Damnak $$$

Cuisine Wat Damnak
Wat Damnak Village

Opening Times: 6.30am-9.30pm (closed on Sunday and Monday)

Visitors to Siem Reap have the opportunity to dine at a highly acclaimed, award winning restaurant when they are in town. Cuisine Wat Damnak is the only Cambodian restaurant to have ever made the prestigious ‘San Pellegrino Top 50 Restaurants in Asia List’, and it’s well worth a visit for a special occasion. Expect local, seasonal ingredients and traditional Khmer dishes that have been refined to create an ever changing tasting menu, they can prepare a fully vegan tasting menu for you, just mention it when you book.

Here is our review of Cuisine Wat Damnak.

Crispy rice cake with tiger eggplant and wild mushrooms, fermented soy bean, sesame and shiny cresson

My Little Cafe $

My Little Cafe
Tep Vong Street

Opening Times: 6.30am-10pm every day

Not veggie or vegan but a decent little local cafe in town because most of their huge variety of Khmer dishes have a veggie option with tofu that can be made vegan (just ask for no fish sauce or oyster sauce). It’s cheap, quick and tasty, making it an easy way to get your fill of local Cambodian cuisine.

Tofu Vegetable and Cashew Nuts at My Little Cafe in Siem Reap

Embassy Restaurant $$$

Embassy Restaurant
Kings Road Angkor

Opening Times: 6am-11pm every day

For the fine-dining foodies amongst you, Embassy Restaurant should be on your list of places to make reservation, as long as they know in advance, they’ll veganise their monthly tasting menu made with seasonal produce and using traditional Khmer flavours and recipes, all these wonderful delights are presented to you by an all female staff team too.

Here is our review of Embassy.

vegan caramel vegetables at Embassy in Siem Reap

Sister Srey $$

Sister Srey
Pokambor Street

Opening Times: 7am-6pm every day

Raw vegan cake anyone? Sister Srey is a cool daytime cafe that has a few vegan things on the menu but our favourite has to be the raw vegan passionfruit cheesecake (although their hand cut chunky chips are really good too!), they are adding new healthy vegan dishes to the menu all the time making this a great breakfast, lunch or early dinner stop.

Raw passion fruit cheese cake at Sister Srey

Georges Rhumerie $$

Georges Rhumerie
Wat Damnak Village

Opening Times: 4pm-10pm every day (closed on Monday)

What’s not to love about a place that serves a huge variety of rum and has some vegan sausages on the menu? Exactly. The French chef and owner at George’s doesn’t pretend to understand why anyone would be vegan, but no need to when even though he doesn’t get us, he is still happy to make yummy vegan sausages served on top of a delicious fresh chopped salad. Rum cocktails flow here too…

vegan sausages at Georges Rhumerie in Siem Reap

Khmer Grill $

Khmer Grill
Wat Damnak

Opening Times: 8.30am-10pm every day

This place is always busy and rightly so; think generous portions, plenty of Khmer dishes packed full of flavour and a veggie menu with multiple vegan options marked and others that can easily be adapted. The staff are really friendly so not only do you get to enjoy tasty food you receive service with a smile:)

Khmer Grill $

Khmer Grill
Wat Damnak

Opening Times: 8.30am-10pm every day

This place is always busy and rightly so; think generous portions, plenty of Khmer dishes packed full of flavour and a veggie menu with multiple vegan options marked and others that can easily be adapted. The staff are really friendly so not only do you get to enjoy tasty food you receive service with a smile:)

vegan chilli tofu dish at Khmer Grill in Siem Reap

Bambu Stage $$

Bambu Stage
near Wat Damnak

Opening Times: 6.30am-9pm every day

The team behind Bambu Stage deliver a series of weekly shows including Temples Decoded and Snap! which explores 150 years of photography in Cambodia. Located in a peaceful garden setting, you can enjoy the educational and entertaining shows followed by a vegan feast like no other with multiple plant based and vegan dishes to sample. Your ticket includes a welcome drink, the show of your choice and a meal, it really is worth a visit if your schedule allows. If you are vegan please let them know in advance!

vegan food at Bambu Stage in Siem Reap

Vegan Friendly Luxury Hotels and Resorts in Siem Reap

Check out these ‘tried and tested’ vegan friendly luxury hotels and resorts in Siem Reap that one of our team has stayed at. Each of them understood our request for plant based food and ensured that our experience as vegan guests was very enjoyable. We would always recommend contacting your hotel or resort in advance to advise them of your dietary choice, and then to follow this up upon check in by asking to speak with either the restaurant manager or member of the F&B team.

HappyCow in Siem Reap

No vegan travel adventure would be complete without using the excellent HappyCow website or app, their Vegan Siem Reap page currently lists 4 all vegan and 10 all vegetarian restaurants for you to choose from. HappyCow enlists ambassadors in each location to keep their information up to date and we are thrilled to fulfill that role in our current HQ of Siem Reap, Cambodia. Here are links to the HappyCow listings for our ‘Ambassador City Picks’:

Green-Go Garden
Moringa Bar & Restaurant
Yuan Sheng Vegetable Restaurant

Other Vegan Guides to Siem Reap

Being based in Siem Reap we love to connect with other vegan travel bloggers who pass through Temple Town. Cody and Giselle from Mindful Wanderlust and Kristin from Will Travel for Vegan Food were guests at Vegan Villa whilst they were working with Vegan Travel as competition winners, here are their blog posts on the Vegan Travel website. Mostly Amelie and Nicole from Vegan Nom Noms also stayed recently and have featured us in these helpful posts and guides:

The Best Vegan and Vegetarian Restaurants in Siem Reap from Mostly Amelie
World Vegan Accomodation Guide from Vegan Nom Noms

Vegan Food Quest Guides to Cambodia



  1. Randi August 11, 2015 at 5:55 am - Reply

    This is SO awesome! Going in a few months and I can’t wait to put all of these recs into action. Okay maybe not all (only a few days!) but I’ll do my best! Thank you.

    • Vegan Food Quest August 11, 2015 at 2:43 pm - Reply

      Hi Randi,
      Thanks for the comment and also the email which we will reply to later today 🙂
      Hope you find our guide helpful when you’re in town, wish we were here to show you around but we’ll be in Vietnam I think…Watch this space for a Cambodian Vegan Street Food Guide which is about to be published and also blog updates about new options including ARTillery Cafe which we sampled pre opening on Sunday – very, very nice indeed..
      All the best,

    • Vegan Food Quest August 11, 2015 at 2:44 pm - Reply

      almost forgot to mention we’ve just started a ‘Vegan Cambodia’ Facebook group which should also have some helpful hints 🙂

  2. Justine September 25, 2015 at 11:01 am - Reply

    Mmmm, I’m saving this for the next time I’m in Siem Reap. Thank you 🙂

    • Vegan Food Quest September 25, 2015 at 12:21 pm - Reply

      hi Justine – let us know when you are back in Siem Reap as we will be there for a few months next year…

      Paul & Caryl

  3. Amelia December 8, 2015 at 5:08 pm - Reply

    Reading this on the bus to Siem Reap now and it’s making me hungry! Can’t wait to start exploring everywhere in Siem Reap. Sitting and eating is definitely something I can still do, and I’m so bored of hostel food! X

    • Vegan Food Quest December 9, 2015 at 12:31 am - Reply

      You can eat your way through the guide and add some new places too Amelia! Happy vegan eating!

  4. Adam May 8, 2017 at 2:11 pm - Reply

    Thank you for this. I’m volunteering in Siem Reap for a month and I can’t wait to try some of these. Excellent list.

    • Vegan Food Quest May 18, 2017 at 3:13 pm - Reply

      Hi Adam,
      If you are in town for a while then you should be able to try all the vegan options at least once – there are just so many! We run a Vegan Cambodia Facebook group too where you can share info, get up to date tips and generally talk vegan stuff to other vegans who are travelling or living here in the Kingdom of Wonder. Please feel free to join and get involved and do get in touch if you need any other help during your stay. 🙂 Caryl

      • Adam May 25, 2017 at 10:29 pm - Reply

        Hi Carly,

        Will be joining the group for sure. Thank you again.


  5. Sarah May 16, 2017 at 8:15 pm - Reply

    Wonderful! I haven’t been to Siem Reap in over 5 years and I’m excited to see all these new options (as well as old favorites). Thank you so much! I hope to have time for sightseeing in between all the vegan yummies 🙂

    One question: I’m a sucker for a cappuccino. Do you know any coffee shops that have soy/almond/plant-of-some-kind milk on offer?

    • Vegan Food Quest May 18, 2017 at 3:06 pm - Reply

      Thanks for your comment on our Vegan Guide to Siem Reap
      There are some fabulous coffee places in town including those that will make you a plant milk cappuccino.
      My favourites are:
      Little Red Fox Expresso
      Vibe (all vegan cafe so have a range of milks inc cashew and almond)
      Sister Srey

      If you are on more of a budget you can get a decent coffee from a little roadside stall (they normally use ‘Boncafe’ beans which are OK, freshly grind them and then whip up a coffee in proper coffee machine) for about $1.25 – if you want to take your own soya milk then you can easily buy a small amount of it from the shop (widely available) and ask them to use. The most popular brand is Lactosoy but make sure you get the pink carton which has the Thai ‘Jay’ sign on it (looks like the number ’17’ in red on a yellow background). You might also want to take your own cup to them too to avoid them using a plastic lid, stirrer, and a couple of plastic bags to top it all off.

      The coffee shops / cafes are more pricey but all have very good ethics, fabulous coffee, and lovely vegan friendly people.


  6. Eric October 11, 2018 at 6:38 pm - Reply

    Thank you so much for this extensive overview of vegan eating in Siem Reap. This was my first major trip as a vegan, and this guide was so helpful in finding places to eat. I stayed very near Peace Cafe and ate there numerous times. I also did the cooking class there which was a lot of fun. I completely agree with you about that wedding day dip at Chamkar. It was fantastic. We made an extra stop there one night just to have that for an appetizer.

    • Vegan Food Quest October 15, 2018 at 8:55 am - Reply

      hey eric thank you for your comment and we are very happy to hear that our vegan guide to Siem Reap helped! we’ve not had the wedding day dip for a little while so need to get back there soon for sure. peace cafe is our local, we only live 5 monutes walk away and love the chilled garden vibe (and the food too).

  7. Florian February 8, 2019 at 9:16 am - Reply

    Amazing guide, working through all those tasty places since we arrived! Thank you!

    • Vegan Food Quest February 10, 2019 at 2:00 am - Reply

      glad it’s helping you find plenty of vegan food. where is your favourite so far?

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