Cambodia’s Street Food

The best food in Cambodia comes from the street food/food carts found all over the country. You can be located just about anywhere and guarantee there’s food you’ll want to pull over for.

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Street food vendor taking our order of sausages, beef, fish and rice.

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This are found everywhere. They are like baby clams tossed in salt and freshly crushed hot pepper. A bit of a funky seafood taste. They usually sit out in the sun the entire day, so you might want to avoid trying this on your first few days.

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Even our walk into Angkor Wat, a coconut juice vendor hangs her product from the tree and serves it.

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Cutting up coconut for fresh coconut drink

Ice cream sandwich. This is how it should be done. Coconut ice cream served in  french bread. So delicious.

Ice cream sandwich. This is how it should be done. Coconut ice cream served in french bread. So delicious.

Ice cream sandwich vendor. This is a food cart connected to his moto which allows him to be mobile.

Ice cream sandwich vendor. This is a food cart connected to his moto which allows him to be mobile.

On the grill

On the grill

Sandwich stand. Pate, pickled veggies, pork and sauce.

Sandwich stand. Pate, pickled veggies, pork and sauce.

Sandwich vendor in action

Sandwich vendor in action

Mango stand. Often picked before ripe and served with salt and freshly crushed hot peppers.

Mango stand. Often picked before ripe and served with salt and freshly crushed hot peppers.

Cooked right in front of our eyes, the food vendor poured batter to a hot grill top, spread the batter thinly until it began to golden. Then he spread an egg cream and sprinkled roasted coconut flakes. The best dessert ever! I think it's called "rut-te."

Cooked right in front of our eyes, the food vendor poured batter to a hot grill top, spread the batter thinly until it began to golden. Then he spread an egg cream and sprinkled roasted coconut flakes and rolls it up. The best dessert ever! I think it’s called “rut-te.”

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