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T+L Top Eateries Picks in Asia

23/01/2012


If there’s anything better than eating around Asia, it’s uncovering new places that will get your mouth watering and send your tastebuds into overdrive. Here are a few of our recent finds.

Published on Jan 23, 2012

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Joannès Rivière, the French chef who put Cambodian cooking on the map as executive chef of Hotel de la Paix’s Meric restaurant, has opened his own place in Siem Reap: Cuisine Wat Damnak (behind Wat Damnak; +855 77 347 762; cuisinewatdamnak.com). In a converted, Cambodian country home, Rivière creates innovative weekly menus, with Khmer-inspired dishes like grilled river fish and starfruit salsa, and frog braised with winter melon. Three Italians joined forces to open Il Forno (between Pub St. and the Lane; +855 78 208 174; ilfornorestaurantsiemreap.com) in January; their traditional wood-fired pizzas and homemade pastas, made with imported Italian ingredients, are now an essential Siem Reap experience. In Phnom Penh, the upstairs of the gorgeous Sino-French colonial Chinese House has been transformed into a fine dining eatery, Tepui (45 Sisowath Quay; +855 23 991 514; tepui.asia), which offers a Mediterranean-Latin-Asian menu, spanning seafood salpicon with banana chips to blissfully tender beer-braised beef cheeks.

Cuisine Wat Damnak

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