George’s Rhumerie, Siem Reap - review by Rusty Compass
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George’s Rhumerie, Siem Reap

| 13 Dec 2017


George’s Rhumerie, Siem Reap
Lunch and dinner


Price guide: $$$ - good value

Our rating
13 Dec 2017

French cuisine in a large casual indoor and outdoor space. Interesting menu inspired by the chef’s international influences - with a special nod to French Reunion Island.

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Tried this popular spot for the first time on my recent visit - loved it. Had a great feed perched at the bar. The place is more welcoming than slick. Food was great - in a simple and tasty way.

Chef came out of the kitchen to check all was well and happily accommodated my request for a vegetable top-up to my chicken dish.

As the name suggests, George is also a serious rum guy. He stocks an extensive supply of his work. If you enjoy rum, you can gather at the bar even if you haven’t dined.

Main courses were all under 10US during our visit in November 2017. I spent 20US inducing 2 courses and a glass of wine. Good value. This is one of those slightly quirky spots that are perfect for travels.


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