Tagged with Kampot

Captain Chim’s

Captain Chim’s

Sometimes I just want a good burger. Living in Cambodia, you might think that would be a hard thing to accomplish, and finding a “good” one is. In the States, I would typically make one myself; however, we don’t buy much red meat here for me to cook with. If I want beef, we go out. … Continue reading

‘Round the Table Dancing

The Khmer people love to dance. They love to have fun with their family. I love this, too! One day we were invited to a family party. Actually, some relatives of our friends were hosting a party at their restaurant for a completely different family, but since it was a party at their place, they … Continue reading

Bokor Mountain Exploration

Bokor Mountain Exploration

Bokor Mountain is a Khmer National Park that can be seen out my back window. This was taken right before sunset on my rooftop. The sun sets behind Bokor every day. One day my husband and I decided to take a spur of the moment trip up the mountain just to ride and see what we … Continue reading

Rusty Keyhole

Rusty Keyhole

One of the places we really like to eat at in town is the Rusty Keyhole. If you look in the Lonely Planet: Cambodia, you will find the Rusty Keyhole mentioned. The Phnom Penh Post reports it as “serving the best BBQ ribs in the land.” They are delicious, but we really love the mashed potatoes, too! … Continue reading

Kampot Pepper

Kampot Pepper

Kampot is known for its pepper production. Back in the day, when Cambodia was a French colony, no respectable restaurant in France would be without Kampot peppercorns on their tables (source). Today, although it may not be exported as it once was, the taste is still unbeatable. Kampot pepper is a unique burst of pepper flavor that … Continue reading