Chamkar - National Rd

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    ( 10 reviews )
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National Rd 6, Siem Reap, Cambodia

Its 2nd location, opened in 2016. An more upmarket version of the first restaurant but with the same menu of traditional Khmer cuisine. Everything is vegan apart from one dish that contains cheese. Open Mon-Sun 11:00am-10:30pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Beer/Wine, Cambodian, Khmer

10 Reviews

First Review by LilacHippy

first class vego restaurant - Edit

Chamkar - National Road is located in a small street off National Road ... the restaurant set well back from the street in a garden setting and provides first amenity ... there was a slightly different menu to the other Chamkar in the small arcade near Pub Street ... great service provided by friendly, attentive English speaking staff ... I went with an omni friend who was very impressed with her first vegan meal ... my curry and mushroom soup were absolutely delicious ... our 3 dishes, rice and drinks cost US$19.75

Pros: first class food and service

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vegan Khmer food - Edit

Try the wedding dip and the Amok. The food was great. The small terrace gives on the pedestrian way, so no cars nearby. The inside space is a little cramped. Recommended.

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Great! - Edit

Vegan-friendly menu with 90% of the menu being vegan. Definitely recommend the Wedding Day Dip, it was incredible! They serve most of their dishes with organic brown rice and their vegetables are freshly picked from their garden, you can really taste the difference as their ethos is health-conscious. Delicious reasonably priced food, will definitely go back

Updated from previous review on 2017-07-13

Pros: Excellent food , Peaceful atmosphere , Great prices

Cons: Our waiter was a bit reserved , No other cons , No other cons

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Very good food, many choices, very friendly staff and nice garden setting - Edit

This restaurant had a good, diverse menu. I ended up eating too much because they had so many good options (which you don't have in any regular restaurant) you all want to try. The staff were very friendly too and the restaurant also has a very cozy atmosphere. The restaurant is half open, meaning you enter the restaurant where you can sit 'inside' but in the back the restaurant is open transforming into the garden area.

Pros: very friendly staff, many vegan options, also a vegetarian option, excellent food, nice garden setting

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Great restaurant - Edit

They serve local food but their recipes are bit more sophisticated than most restaurants we went to. Our meals were really good. The restaurant is beautiful and service was really good.

Pros: Ingredients, Recipes, Atmosphere

Cons: Nothing

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Vegan Heaven - Edit

Amazing food, lovely place! The restaurant is situated in the backyard of a traditional khmer house and the menu is mostly khmer. Very fresh ingredients - we ordered an aloe vera cocktail and they went to pick the aloe vera directly in the garden attached to the house. Most of the dishes are vegan (clearly indicated) and really delicious. More expensive then the simple restaurants in Siem Reap (from 3 to 6 USD) but their cuisine is much more refined and surprising.
I was with two non vegetarian friends and they loved it at least as much as I did. When we saw the food coming, we panicked thinking we ordered too much but all we left in the end was a bit of steamed rice ! Their mango ice cream in the end was just perfect (vegetarians should definitely try the cinnemon flavour). The staff were also very kind.
I was so many times disappointed by vegan and vegetarian restaurants but this one felt close to heaven for me:)

Pros: Delicious food - great flavours, Lovely place next to a garden, Kind staff

Cons: A bit hidden outside of the tourist areas

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Delicious food, beautiful restaurant - Edit

I really enjoyed this restaurant! Everything that is vegan is labeled so on the menu and there are only a few dishes that aren't. I had the saraman curry, it was awesome and I love that it came with brown rice (not white like most places!). I would love to return and try some other dishes. My boyfriend and I were the only ones there at 530pm so I hope they get busier. The restaurant is surrounded by greenery and it is very comfortable.

Updated from previous review on 2017-02-03

Pros: Lots of vegan options, tasty food

Cons: Expensive

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Excellent Whole Food, Plant-based Traditional Khmer Dining - Edit

We ate at both locations and were thrilled to discover healthy, authentic plant-based dining in a lovely atmosphere. We ate three meals at Chamkar during our three day stay in Siem Reap. The newer location has a very attractive, partial open-air design on a side street off National Road 6 next to Cambodian BBQ. The original location is in town. The National Road location is much quieter. Highly recommend! Once we found this restaurant, we didn't look for any other place to eat.

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delicious dinner - Edit

I highly can recommend this wonderful restaurant / place; I enjoyed my dinner today very much. Healthy & delicious food from starter to dessert! Many vegan options on the menu, which are clearly declared. Ask for vegan ice-cream, since it's not declared on the menu. I received wonderful cinnamon & jackfruit ice-cream :-)
Price for starter, main-course, dessert, water & tea: 14 USD.
very friendly staff.

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Nice Setting and Tasty Food - Edit

This restaurant is a newer branch of the original one that is based in town. This one is a bit out of town and is in a beautiful setting although there is a lack of atmosphere as it is not often very busy. Menu is the same as the other branch and the food (traditional Khmer) is very good. Chamkar House is the closest restaurant you will find to a vegan restaurant in Siem Reap since there is only one dish that isn't vegan and the other restaurants do all serve dairy or eggs.

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