Rising Sun Restaurant & Guesthouse

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 5 reviews )
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Tui Beach, between the two major piers, Koh Rong, Cambodia

Vegetarian restaurant serving a mix of Western and Asian/Cambodian dishes. Includes a guesthouse and activity rentals. Open Mon-Sun 8:00am-12:00am.

Categories: Lacto, Ovo, International, Western, Beer/Wine, Asian

5 Reviews

First Review by AshlynZuideveld

Seaside views, decent food - Edit

This was the first place we ate in Koh Rong. We got the vegan triangles (potato, onion and spinach) and the eggplant peanut satay roll. Both were pretty nice! We also go the Mai Tai cocktail, god damn! 2/3 our of 3 severs we’re friendly and eager to help with anything, food, drink or general island inquiries. Set up is also cute with ocean views. Overall we were pretty content with the service and food.

*Disclaimer, I did get a case of the traveller poops, unsure of origin but it did begin on this day. My boyfriend had no issues though!

Also! Don’t listen to Happy Cow, there are plenty of vegan places to eat on Koh Rong. Our favourites were Monkey Island, which had a good selection and pretty yummy food, and there’s also a guy who does awesome smoothie bowls on the main strip (just a small stall out the front of a guest house) Don’t be deterred!

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Not good, but there is no other option on the island... - Edit

-Food is not super, but OK
-They serve falafel and humus, so proteins!
-Friendly staff and nice atmosphere
-portions are VERY small, so I always had to order two (and I am a small eater!)
-Expensive

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Pretty much your only option - Edit

Food is okay. A little inconsistent. Coconut curry was pretty good. Salads are pretty acidic but not bad. Got quite a bit on the hummus plate. Pretty expensive but you're on an island, its to be expected. For strict vegans this place seems like a god send when you get off the ferry but there are definitely a few drawbacks. It's closed at super inconvenient times. Was closed 4 times when we walked from the other side of the island to get there. Closed 2 until 5. 3 hours in the middle of the day to "give the staff a break." We got there once at 130 and they'd already taken the menu away. Staff really doesn't care much about the food or veganism. They are just a bunch of western volunteers who get free room and board for working a few hours a day. One partiticular waitress honestly seemed like she was trying her hardest to make it seem like she didn't care about her job. Pretty sure she was French. I know Lots of people on the island end up getting sick and I can't blame this restaurant but the overall hygiene conditions of the area seems like an issue and don't seem like somewhere you should be eating.

Pros: There's a vegetarian restaurant on the island

Cons: Hygiene , Poor staff , Inconvenient hours

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fed me cheers - Edit

asked what their vegan options were, so made it clear. ended up eating a fried triangle with feta in it before noticing. not inpressed. was meant to be vegan :(

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Worst vego restaurant in SE Asia - Edit

Waitress had no concept of vegan. The fritters had egg in them.... the couscous salad was SO bland. Overall food was tasteless and expensive. They were also out of a lot of things.like 3 of the fruits for juice and no falafel. Staff also not very attentive. really disappointing.

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