1. Fish Amok
Fish which has been covered in banana leaves and cooked in a curried creamy sauce of turmeric, lemongrass, ginger, and coconut milk. You'll be softened in the mouth with this velvety staple food.
2. Nom Banh Chok
Nom banh chok is a common breakfast dish consisting of rice noodles, green fish sauce, beansprouts, bananas blossoms, cucumbers, and a variety of other vegetables.
3. Lap Khmer
This Khmer delicacy, which isn't really your average chilled salads, is created with finely sliced, seasoned beef that has been gently grilled and is seasoned with lemongrass, shallots, garlic, fish sauce, herbs, and plenty of red chillies.
4. Ongkrong Saek Koo
The meal is a stir-fry of beef, basil, garlic, ginger, lemongrass, and a lot of ants, sprinkled with chillies and placed on a mound of rice. It was among the most appetizing insect selections you'll discover on a Cambodian restaurant.
Crispy, crunchy baguettes, a holdover from Cambodia's French colonial heritage, are offered at street food vendors and marketplaces and make the perfect, affordable breakfast or snacks.
6. Tropical Fruit
In Cambodia, there are plenty of tropical fruit you can find. For a cool drink, ask a drinking cart to whip you up a fresh and unique juice or smoothie.
7. Iced coffee
The popular iced coffee, sweetened with condensed milk, is a must-try drink in Cambodia. (You can always switch to fresh coconuts to satiate your thirst if the caffeine gets too intense)