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Why Kimly Restaurant is special ?
Kimly restaurant is one of the more upmarket and very delicious restaurants at the Crab market offering superb seafood. Try the very nice 'sauce with spices' together with shrimps and crab. Kimly will definitely give you some awesome tasty to mouth-watering.
Located along the beach, also nearby the crab market, Kimly restaurant is well-known for its crab cooking. A lot of tourist come and try the original cooked of crab or they could bring their own crab which bought from the market and have Kimly cook for you.
Must try dish:
Green pepper crab
Pepper crab is organized from Kampot, a beautiful coastal city in Cambodia. Now this dish has been served at the starter or a main dish in the menu of the Cambodian.
Grilled or fried crab
Shrimp fried spring rolls
Beef lok lak
Squid with green peppercorns
How to get to Kimly Restaurant?
From Kampot: A new road (august 2014) smooth and safe connects these two cities, which are 25km apart. Takes 20-40 minute. Bus $2. For a motorcycle taxi ($4 - $6) or tuk-tuk (around $8) be prepared to bargain like a local or pay a bit more.
- Great seafood on the beach side
- Pretty Good and Tons of Crab options
- Culinary highpoints in Kep
- Flavor adventure
- Excellent seafood restaurant close to crab market
- Main cuisine Speciality
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Medium
- Alcohol YES
- Air condition NO
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card NO
- Serve breakfast YES
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian NO
Crab Market, Krong Kaeb, Kep, Cambodia
Tips for you
Personally, we think this is the best restaurant in the Kep Crab Market -- and keep going back. What's good? -- the menu goes on forever -- page after page. -- the prices are reasonable and you get option of normal or large portions -- the food seems fresh (we have had to send back old crab at other restaurants) -- the service is solid -- the wine list is extensive with decent prices -- it's bigger than most of the other restaurants there. This always seems to be one of the busier places in the Crab Market. You can't miss here. There are probably 5 tables for 4 lined up against on the edge, out over the sea. It's worth it to arrive a little early to secure one of the best tables. The sunset is spectacular.
Really good food. Everything was cooked to perfection. If you are looking for a fantastic French Indochina meal then this is the place to come.