Marum Restaurant, Siem Reap - review by Rusty Compass
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Marum Restaurant, Siem Reap

| 20 Apr 2015
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Marum Restaurant, Siem Reap
8A, B Phum Slokram Siem Reap - between Wat Polanka and Catholic Church
+(855) 17 363 284
Lunch and dinner

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Price guide: $$$

Our rating
20 Apr 2015

Marum is a training restaurant in a pleasant outdoor space serving Khmer tapas.

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Review

If you’ve already travelled to Phnom Penh by the time you get to Siem Reap, there’s a fair chance you’ll have sampled Romdeng or Friends restaurants. You may have tried both.

Marum is from the same family. It’s a training restaurant supporting disadvantaged young people .

Marum serves a mixed menu of vegetarian, seafood and meat tapas dishes that are drawn from the flavours of Khmer cuisine. The kitchen's open so you can poke your head in for a look.

The garden setting is pleasant - you can hang out, relax and read. Staff are enthusiastic - but they’re in training so English skills may vary.

I had a pleasant lunch at Marum on the way back from a morning at the temples.


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