Angkor Wat

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    ( 2 reviews )

61 Pleasant St (at Rt 4), Woodstock, Vermont, USA, 05091

Serves meat, vegan options available. Owner is originally from Cambodia and cooks Cambodian and Thai cuisine. Could the vegetarian fried rice or noodles, tofu in a vegetable stir fry or a curry. Open Tue-Sun 4:00pm-9:00pm.

Categories: Thai, Asian, Cambodian, Non-veg

2 Reviews

First Review by Shelby00

Healthy and tasty, and happy to accommodate - Edit

We came to Angkor Wat based on finding the other HappyCow review, but we were pleasantly surprised that there were many more vegan options than the previous review suggests. Almost everything on the menu can be made vegan by substituting tofu or vegetables for the meat. The chef does not use fish paste in sauces so they're easy to veganize. Make sure to remind them to also omit the egg if you're getting e.g. Pad Thai noodles.

The staff explained to us that the chef favors healthier cooking rather than completely traditional recipes. In particular everything is made with low or no oil with lots of veggies. Overall we thought this was great. We felt awesome after eating the food and although it tastes different without the oil it was still tasty in its own regard. One dish where this had a big impact was the Pad Thai which without stir-frying the noodles in oil tasted pretty different than what you'd expect. The flavor was still good but it didn't exactly taste like Pad Thai to us. It also got a little bit mushy due to the noodles absorbing some of the sauce.

We also had the veggie dumplings (absolutely wonderful with a really unique lemongrass sauce), and the lettuce rolls (fresh and delicious).

As well as one of the daily specials which was tofu and mixed vegetables in a light basil sauce. We were licking our plates.

And the coconut tapioca pudding for dessert which was like a dessert soup with a lightly sweetened coconut broth, tapioca pearls, and fresh mango. Absolutely loved it.

We aren't gluten-free but the restaurant is really accommodating to that dietary restriction too, so all should be able to enjoy a meal here. Just don't expect superauthentic tasting stuff and you will enjoy yourself.

The service was fantastic and really eager to help us have a great meal.

Pros: Healthy, Tons of vegan (and gluten-free) options, Good tasting

Cons: Not totally authentic

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Excellent food! - Edit

This place was recommended to us by a friend of a friend who is local. They specialize in Thai and Cambodian food, and healthy options. It even says on the menu that ALL dishes (not some or most, but ALL) can be modified to be vegetarian or vegan. It doesn't say this on their web site menu, but it does say it on the menu in the restaurant. They have tofu and rice noodles and can leave out any egg or meat. So you pretty much have the entire menu to choose from with some modification.

I had a vegan pad thai and my husband had veggie dumplings and a spicy curry soup and we both enjoyed our dishes. Portions were large.

The service was a little slow, but probably partly because all food is made fresh to order, and partly because there was only one server working that night. It's a small place but still a lot of tables for just one person at a dinner rush.

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