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OpenWine Restaurant

Though quiet at lunchtime, this stylishly spare restaurant is abuzz at night, with diners tucking in some of the house specialties like duck liver pôelé, coq au vin and beef Rossini.
ADDRESS
No. 219 Street 19, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

The Overview

Like other former French colonies, Cambodia is rife with fine Gallic fare. To sample some of Phnom Penh's finest cuisine, head over to OpenWine Restaurant, which is famed for its foie gras menu and extensive wine list, courtesy of its Toulouse-born chef and co-owner who hails from Toulouse.

Though quiet at lunchtime, this stylishly spare restaurant is abuzz at night, with diners tucking in some of the house specialties like duck liver pôelé, coq au vin and beef Rossini. Next door, you'll find the city's first gourmet delicatessen, offering imported black sausage and rillettes.

Tel: +855 23 223 527

Website: openwinerestaurant.com
Facebook:
facebook.com/open.wine.75

 

Published on Sep 1, 2009

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