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30 June 2009

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Bali Cafe in Phnom Penh
Phnom Penh in Cambodia offers a wide selection of dining venues ranging from fine Continental to local traditional Khmer restaurants to American bar and grills to budget friendly Chinese eateries. But more often then not one will step into Asian Restaurants in Phnom Penh which emphasize on the Cambodian Khmer delicacies. One of the best haunts serving Asian cuisines along with the local Khmer dishes is the Bali Café in Phnom Penh.

Located in Sisowath Quay, the Bali Café at Phnom Penh is a perfect place to have lunch or dinner with one's family. Perched atop the Tonle Sap, the Bali Café in Phnom Penh boasts of Balinese style of interiors. One can also find a wide selection of Indonesian dishes along with the Khmer cuisines which is similar to other Southeast Asian foods. Though the Khmer dishes including sates and fish-based meals may look similar to other cuisines, Khmer cooking tends is not as spicy as the other Asian cuisines and is rarely spicy hot.

The lunch buffet at Bali Café in Phnom Penh features from a fine serving of steak to a wide range of Indonesian dishes that are reasonably priced. The Bali Café of Phnom Penh also serves a wide array of vegetarian dishes which are drawn from all over the continent and are very lowly priced. Service at Bali Café at Phnom Penh is very prompt and good. The café also includes a bar which is open only in the evening and is a perfect place to have a beer and relax after a hard days work.

The Bali Café in Phnom Penh can also be reserved for private functions and business parties. The Bali café also includes a guesthouse that provides lodging facilities for the thousands of travelers who flock the city.

If while traveling one is anxious about What/Where to Eat in Phnom Penh then please come to the Bali café at Sisowath Quay which stays open from 10 am to 10 pm.