Khmer cuisine is a voyage of discovery, but sometimes you really want the comforting taste of home. These are some of the international chains that should be on your radar. Check our website for even more!
One of the world’s biggest fast food brands, KFC, is across the capital rolling out “finger lickin’ good” deep-fried chicken pieces coated in Colonel Sanders’ patented recipe of 11 herbs and spices.
If you find yourself daydreaming about flame-grilled burgers, take solace in the fact that Burger King and Carl’s Jr., with menus stacked with iconic hamburgers, are in town.
Hard Rock Cafe has arrived in Phnom Penh so you can savour authentic American cuisine such as their Original Legendary Burger, fresh salads, and flavourful sandwiches.
Domino’s Pizza has has quickly become a firm favourite among Khmers to grab a slice. All your favourites are here with their signature base. Enjoy a Pepperoni, Hot & Blazing, or Meatzza pizza amongst others, along with chicken wings, cheesy bread, and Chocolate Lava Cake
Auntie Anne’s is the classic US franchise that sells hand-rolled pretzels and freshly-squeezed lemonade. Customer favourites like the Original Pretzel, Cinnamon Sugar and Sweet Almond are a must try.
Tous Le Jours is a French-Asian Bakery serving a unique selection of bakery goods made with the highest quality ingredients from South Korea. They have a huge range of savoury and sweet breads, pastries, and cakes.
Costa Coffee is one of the UK’s most popular coffee chains. Here you can sip the ultimate handcrafted cappuccino and enjoy a blueberry muffin on the side. Global coffee giant Starbucks also has a presence in the Kingdom.
Krispy Kreme, meanwhile, is ready to satisfy sugar addicts’ cravings for real American doughnuts and quality coffee.
For those really hot days you’ll likely want to grab a crisp, smooth. refreshing Pepsi from any of the multitude of outlets that sell it.