I have to admit we visited this Restaurant attracted by the "Wild Menu" raising funds for a great cause in Cambodia's Wildlife Alliance.
We had lunch there the next day because we saw such good things on the menu we thought we'd better try them too. Great service, friendly place, good ambience - if you ask the story behind many of the ingredients you'll find they're locally and sustainably produced.
The prices were not out-of-the-way, I saw one 'terrible' review below suggest the bill came to half an annual salary for someone they would employ which reflects rather worse on the wages they pay than the food and the bill here; speaking as someone who does normally eat local wherever we travel even if lucky enough to stay in 5 Star Hotels (indeed one of my travelling rules of thumb, broken here, is NEVER eat local food in a posh hotel) I think that review must have been the peak of reverse snobbishness.
Go, eat, enjoy and support a great cause if you feel like it!
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