In downtown Siem Reap, there is one street block that is essentially composed of tourist restaurants called Pub Street. Fitting name, huh? It’s a lively scene, with strung up lights and music blasting. Our first night, we ventured down to check it out and ate at Red Piano, which was a recommendation from a friend.
Cambodia is known for their amok fish dish, which is white fish cooked in a curry sauce with what tasted like kaffir lime leaf. It has a hint of sweet to it and tasted very similar to the fish paste dish we had in Thailand with the Chungs. The dish did not disappoint! Great flavor and the fish was perfectly cooked. We also got a beef dish, but it was only average.