Phnom Penh can seem like one big trash heap even on the best of days and when it comes to the environment, there’s simply no short-term solution to plastic waste. Fortunately, Eleven One Kitchen is leading the charge of the ecowarriors with the use of biodegradable restaurant items such as bamboo straws, cassava bags, sugarcane fiber boxes, and corn cutlery, as well as energy-saving measures and vegetable waste composting. Following on from the success of the original Russian market area establishment, most customers will be equally attracted by the delicious and superbly priced Khmer and international food, featuring stellar dishes like their fish amok, pork curry and stir-fried chicken, mango and cashew nut. There’s no way you can trash talk this menu! Every two weeks, the chef releases brand new specials, and there are regular events scheduled, such as Mojitos & Reggae on Saturday afternoons. Young people from disadvantaged backgrounds are trained up as staff members too.
So why not give them a visit today? You can find them right here.