Sunset Foodies Food Tour
Evening Khmer food trail
Eat your way around the weird and wonderful as you discover Cambodia’s delicious flavours and traditional dishes. Join a local foodie on a multi-destination culinary adventure, including a vibrant night market and favourite local hangouts. Explore a taste of Cambodia not found on the tourist trail, with the help of your guide’s insider knowledge and expert ordering skills.
Price & inclusions
Unsurprisingly, we put this ‘Sunset Foodies’ experience together with food-lovers in mind! There are so many delicious treats to be enjoyed in Cambodia, but often finding them and knowing what to order can be tricky. This evening exploration takes you to our favourite post-work snack stop, a popular Khmer night market, an off-the-beaten-track family restaurant, and concludes with an optional Khmer cocktail. This tour starts at 5.30pm, and finishes at approximately 9.30pm.
Please note, this tour is unfortunately not suitable for strict vegetarian or vegan diets due to the types of eateries we will visit and the nature of traditional Khmer cuisine. If you have any other dietary requirements or allergies, please let us know in advance.
For a private tour for:
- 1 person, the price is $120 / person.
- 2 – 5 people, the price is $70 / person.
- 6 – 10 people, the price is $50 / person.
- Larger group discounts and pricing on request.
Prices effective for all bookings from 1st October 2018 onwards
This price includes:
- Private experienced English-speaking guide
- Private tuktuk transportation (including pick-up and drop-off at your accommodation)
- Drinking water throughout, plus 1 soft drink or beer at each stop
- Food and snacks throughout the tour
- Fair payment to all involved in the delivery of your experience
- VAT (10%) and other Government taxes
Travelling with children?
We’re happy to welcome children aged 5 and under for free, and extend a 20% discount to children aged 6 – 11.
The price per person is calculated on the number of guests aged 6 and over. As an example, 2 adults + 1 child aged 8 years would pay the per-person rate for 3 people, although the child would receive a 20% discount.
- Eat at locals favourite restaurants well off the tourist path
- Sample a variety of local flavours and dishes
- Experience the hustle and bustle of a lively night market
- Conclude with a cocktail infused in Khmer flavours (optional)
- Start time – 5.30pm
- Finish time – approx. 10pm
- Meeting place / pick up – pick up from hotel in Siem Reap city
- Cost – depends on group size. Please send us your booking enquiry or check the Price tab.
- Special notes – please advise us of any dietary requirements
Your evening food tour begins at your hotel; your English speaking local guide will meet you in the lobby. First, you’ll head to a firm favourite local restaurant for your first taste of Khmer ‘after work’ snacks. This busy restaurant is very popular with workers for the common ritual of munching on some flavoursome savoury snacks as the sun begins to set.
From here, you’ll travel by tuktuk to a popular evening hang-out. As well as being a vibrant night market, it is also a funfair and picnic haven, serving up a host of yummy treats. From the weird and wonderful, like fried crickets or fermented duck eggs, to the possibly more palatable fried chicken and rice cakes. Spend time with your local host and learn about Cambodian culture, washed down with a local beer (if you wish), whilst kicking back and playing traditional games.
Your evening winds down with a hearty hot meal at our friend’s family’s restaurant. This incredibly popular joint is famous for serving delicious soup from a recipe passed down by generations. Learn about fresh produce grown on site, and the story of traditional ingredients and flavours in Khmer cuisine.
From here there is an optional inclusion of concluding your tour with a cocktail packed full of aromatic Cambodian herbs at a town centre hidden-gem bar. Your tour concludes when we drop you off at your hotel or in town, at your choosing.
Dietary requirements – Unfortunately, due to limited options available at these local eateries, we regret that this tour is not suitable for strict vegan, vegetarian, Jain or Halal diets.
“The best (and most delicious) insight into the not-so-common corners of Temple Town. Absolutely 100% recommended” – Meg, May 2016