There are lots of French, Thai, Indonesian and Vietnamese dishes to savour on your visit to Phnom Penh. The riverfront is particularly alive with music and bustling restaurants. Khmer street restaurants are found throughout the city, if you are eating on a budget. Look for stand-up stalls and bistros, for a wide selection of international and local cuisine.
Cambodia is also well known for its more exotic culinary experiences, such as duck-embryo eggs, day-old chicks and frogs (eaten whole, rather than just the legs). Grilled chicken feet, lobsters, prawns and even insects are all on the menu, so do ask before you eat, just in case you have an aversion to fried grasshoppers.