From their very first days in Phnom Penh and in Siem Reap, FCC has been the meeting place for intrepid adventurers, locals and visitors, from around the world, to share their stories and plan their adventures. And they went too for the food.
Upstairs, a row of bar stools looks out over the Tonle Sap river, there is no better place in Phnom Penh to watch the sun go down.
The FCC Restaurant menu revels in traditional Asian flavours and Western favourites. The menu is built around FCC main-stays such as beer-battered fish and chips and wood-fired pizzas, meaty sandwiches and perfectly cooked pastas. But Cambodian flavours are the star. Try the Fish Amok, Cambodia’s national dish, Beef Lok Lak, or Bai Char, to discover the intricacies of the authentic local cuisine.
The bar is one of the most frequented in Phnom Penh, with a very popular happy hour, and a large choice of imported beers, a diverse cocktail menu, and of course G&T’s.
Happy Hour: Mon-Sun, 7pm