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choul chnam thmey

Cambodian New Year (បុណ្យចូលឆ្នាំខ្មែរ) is also known as Choul Chnam Thmey which translates to 'Enter the New Year'.  


This traditional celebration includes a three-day public holiday in Cambodia beginning on New Year's Day, which usually falls on 13 or 14 April. This marks the end of the harvesting season when farmers enjoy the fruits of their labour before the rainy season begins. 

Celebrate with our Cambodian New Year set menu that showcases our traditional dishes and the flavours that are synonymous with Cambodian cuisine.


This will be available until Saturday, 22 April 2023.

cambodian new year set menu

$70 pp (min. 2 people)

enjoy eight courses that reflect our traditional dishes including our national dish, nom banh chok - a light kroeung-based noodle dish with fish. 


to drink
fresh coconut juice

one per person



phnom penh grilled corn cob (one per person)

burnt garlic, balsamic spring onion sauce, white truffle oil mayo (gf, v)


plea trei (one per person)

house cured kingfish, coconut vodka, fresh pomelo, pomegranate, lemongrass & kaffir lime, coconut milk, wasabi chilli & coriander dressing, fresh betel leaf (gf, v & vegan available)



battambang steamed jasmine rice



prahok k’tis

chargrilled smoked eggplant, caramelised palm sugar, cambodian prahok minced pork, peas, pine nuts, coconut cream, baby asparagus served with side of seasonal vegetables & salad (gf)

amok ahar samout (seafood amok)

kingfish, barramundi, king prawn in house-made red kroeung, coconut milk, baked on betel leaf & crispy hand-cut potatoes (gf)

nom banh chok

yellow kroeung broth with kingfish, rice vermicelli noodles, banana blossom (gf)


mahob banana fritter

crispy sweet banana fritter with coconut ice cream (v)

nom l’peouv

organic pumpkin custard flan, pineapple ice cream, ginger crumb & honeycomb (v)

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