Discover the homemade food of Cambodia
Here are some of the best home-cooked dishes that you don’t typically find in restaurants. View our hosts below with whom you can share these authentic Cambodian foods.
- Tuek kroeung battambang
This dip made from prahok (a crushed, salted and fermented Cambodian mud fish paste) and herbs is eaten with fresh vegetables and edible flowers
- Lok lak
Stir-fried marinated beef served with fresh greens and dipped in a lime, sea salt and black Kampot pepper sauce
- Sa ngao chheourng chrork
Khmer love their soups and this sour and spicy one is particularly delicious made from pork, papaya, long beans, winter melon and other vegetables
- Amok trey
This freshwater steamed fish dish is marinated in coconut cream and kroeung, a fragrant and subtle spice and herb paste ground on a mortar and pestle
Traveling Spoon Experiences in Cambodia
Taste tuek kroeung battambang, lok lak, sa ngao chheourng chrork, amok trey and other authentic Cambodian dishes with our Traveling Spoon hosts across Cambodia.
Authentic Khmer cuisine in a local Cambodian home Try authentic Cambodian dishes like fish salad with banana in Siem Reap. Host Sela uses the freshest ingredients, many of which come from his own garden. Book your private experience today. Learn more.