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Why Cabaret Restaurant is special ?
Cabaret is a restaurant and entertainment venue serving flavourful French, Mediterranean and Asian cuisine. Cabaret features a charming outdoor patio with a tropical pond and shaded by frangipani trees, creating a green haven amid the bustle of Phnom Penh.
It is a nice restaurant, bar lounge with live music.
Enjoy the food trends, tapas, cocktails and wine in a modern setting encompassing two elegant areas, bar and patio for either fine or casual dining.
Live music three times a week, sumptuous variety of wine and cigars.
Must try dish:
Chicken skewers with five spices sauce, onions and carrot rice
Fresh and fried spring rolls
Fried camembert ($6.50)
Goat cheese puffs ($6.80)
Lavender crème brûlée ( $5)
How to get to Cabaret Restaurant?
10 min walking from Central Market.
30 mins driving from Phnom Penh International Airport.
- Good value and quality meat
- Big and beautiful courtyard and cheerful service
- A hidden treasure
- Nice place, nice music events
- French restaurant in Phnom Penh
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Medium
- Alcohol YES
- Air condition NO
- Had kid menu YES
- Accept credit card YES
- Serve breakfast NO
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian NO
159, street 154, Phnom Pen, Chambodia
Tips for you
I wanted to stick with local foods while I was travelling, however this place lured me in with the great reviews on TA. It's located off the beaten path, behind a dark street. Don't let that discourage you, because this place is great. The service was impressive. The wait staff really do take care of you to make sure you have a pleasant dining experience. I ordered the menu du chef, which included the shitaki mushroom ravioli (yum!), baked fish (good!), and tiramisu for dessert (yum). The meal was very delicious and well made, for a really good price. I would consider this fine dining in Phnom Penh, without the price tag. Would definitely go back. This was delish!
Good sized portions, decent wine. Enjoyed their lamb kebabs with potato gratin, tuna salad and omg....u have to try the goat cheese fill pastry.