Visiting Singapore ?
Guided day trips are a very nice way to explore this unique and beautiful city...
Owned by the same internationally recognized group that owns the IndoChine Waterfront next door, this fabulous restaurant can be described as the more down-to-earth, café-style sister of IndoChine, serving both western and Southeast-Asian fare in an uber-pleasant environment...
Named after the colonial town of Siem Reap in northern Cambodia, it also enjoys gorgeous views of the Singapore River and Boat Quay, just like its "bigger sister"... Ambience here is really pleasant and relaxed... service is good and the food is lovely... who can ask for anything more?
Recommended starters include Vietnamese fresh rice-paper rolls with a filling of either prawns, chicken or vegetarian, Tam Som (Green papaya salad with dried shrimps, chillies, tomatoes, lemon juice and peanuts, tossed in a Laotian sauce) and Spicy beef salad.
For mains, you should try their signature Pho vit (Vietnamese traditional soup dish of rice-noodle and duck meat), Cari vit (duck curry) or something more western like their excellent Steak sandwich...
Almost needless to mention, there is a tremendous choice o both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks to complement the food.
Prices are certainly reasonable for this quality (and location): around SG$ 30 - 45
Open daily, 11 am to 11 pm
1 Empress Place, Asian Civilisations Museum,
Phone: 6339 7596