La Cabane la cuisine de filles - review by Rusty Compass
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La Cabane la cuisine de filles

| 13 Dec 2017
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La Cabane la cuisine de filles
27 St just off Wat Bo Road, Siem Reap
Lunch and dinner

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13 Dec 2017

French cuisine in a fancy space. The feel is more casual though. Good food. Service is friendly but a tad clunky. Things might get complicated on a busy night.

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We had a couple of enjoyable meals at La Cabane, a French restaurant that relocated to the Wat Bo Rd area in 2017.

The space is fancy and the service is friendly - but not always attentive. If you’re not in a hurry, that won't matter. We enjoyed the food.

La Cabane is popular with Siem Reap’s French community and their visitors. There was a real community vibe during our visits.

The lighting was a tad overdone - it was very bright.

La Cabane is fairly priced for the quality of the food and the space. I had a starter and a main for under $20 each visit.

The wine list naturally has a French slant.


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