Le Malraux Restaurant, Siem Reap - review by Rusty Compass
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Le Malraux Restaurant, Siem Reap

| 13 Dec 2017
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Le Malraux Restaurant, Siem Reap
Psah Chas Alley 1, Siem Reap
Breakfast lunch and dinner

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Price guide: $$$ Mains more than 10USD

Our rating
13 Dec 2017

A French restaurant curiously named after the 1920s French temple plunderer, Andre Malraux. Malraux went on to become Minister for Culture under de Gaulle. Le Malraux restaurant, a Siem Reap old-timer, relocated to a cool alley in the Old Market area in 2017. It's a great space with a great feel. The food is fine for a restaurant so near to Siem Reap's tourist heart. The bar’s worth a look too, so pop in for a drink and see whether it suits for a bite.

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