Friday, October 21, 2016

Reminiscing Siem Reap: Cambodian Muslim Restaurant

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Trying the local cuisine has always been a must when my chums and I travelled to a new place. In Siem Reap, we enjoyed some at Cambodian Muslim Restaurant, Stueng Thmey Village. Thanks to Fareiny Morni's recommendation. To our surprise, Kim, the tuk-tuk driver, was familiar with the eatery.

On our table that day: cha kat nah, fish amok, and beef lok lak. All were scrumptious. So much so, Di, Rai, and Yani purchased the spices, which came with recipes, to be cooked in Malaysia.

While lunching, the azan could be heard from Masjid An Neakmah. We did not visit the mosque though because of the plan to perform Zuhur back at our accommodation. Insya-Allah, next time.

All in all, we loved the restaurant. Excellent in terms of its cleanliness, service, and of course, food. The tuk-tuk driver concurred with us, too. Oh, the lunch marked our final hour with Kim. Thank you for the hospitality :)

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