There’s no better way to spend a weekend than tucking into a hearty brunch with family and friends. Thankfully, there are plenty of choices, with the option to brighten it up with bubbles. Here are our best brunches in Phnom Penh.
Best Brunches in Phnom Penh
Save some serious space because Sofitel’s Sunday brunch offers a feast of food from all four corners of the globe. While it’s a bit on the pricey side, it’s definitely worth splashing out on, especially if you want to celebrate a special occasion. Executive Chef Driss Helali and his team concoct a seasonal spread of dishes, with the latest taking in mouth-watering eats, such as smoked seabass marinated with orange, ribeye steak from New Zealand, duck comfit parmentier, roast suckling pig, and Fines de Claire oysters. The dining experience can be elevated with the addition of freeflow Taittinger champagne. Brunchers also get free access to the pool.
Every Sunday, from 11.30am to 2.30pm.
$65++ food only
$95++ with unlimited wine & cocktails
$125++ with unlimited wine, cocktails & champagne
With three locations in the capital – Khéma La Poste, Khéma Pasteur and Khéma Flatiron – a Khéma weekend brunch is never far away. The free-flow brunch is back by popular demand and offers a range of dishes with a sophisticated French twist. If the sound of mousse de foie de vollaille, cannellioni a la Napolitaine and filet de poisson poele et saux aux capres get you salivating, then this is the place for you. Of course, there are plenty of local and Asian options on the menu too.
Every Saturday, Sunday and public holidays, from 11am to 3pm.
$21.50++ per person
Raffles Hotel Le Royal
Another popular brunch is at Raffles Le Royal. Since stepping into the role of executive chef in September, Martin Becquart has been making a few changes and the brunch is one of them. Now, weekend brunchers can embark on a “Culinary Tour” at Le Phnom 1929 and explore French cuisine through a journey that takes in highlights from the country’s most celebrated gastronomy regions, such as Brittany, Normandy, Alsace and Paris. Standout items on the new menu include galette au sarrasin “complète,” featuring egg, torchon ham and comté cheese; and far breton, thick custard cream cooked with black prunes flambé with rum.
Every Sunday, from 11am to 3pm.
$65++ food only
Courtyard by Marriott Phnom Penh
On the first Saturday of the month, Courtyard by Marriott hosts its free-flow brunch, with a mouth-watering range of dishes on offer. Healthy salads sit alongside international cuisine, with plenty of seafood and meat, as well as sushi, pastries, and Chinese dishes. Save some space as the dessert table is divine.
First Saturday of the month, from 11.45am to 4pm.
$39++ per person
50 percent off for children aged six to 12
free for children under six
Rosewood Phnom Penh
Inject some glamour into your Sunday with Rosewood’s Champagne Sunday Brunch. Soak up the sprawling cityscapes from the 35th floor of Vattanac Capital and feast on an unlimited gourmet brunch. The options span fresh catches of seafood, a carving corner of meat and fish, Spanish cold cuts, European cheeses, a pastry station, and Khmer classics. Capping the experience is free-flow Billecart-Salmon champagne and handcrafted cocktails.
Every Sunday from 12pm to 2,30pm.
$129 per person
$258 for two people
Craft ‘Beer – Friends – BBQ’
For a more budget brunch, head to Craft every Saturday or Sunday. For $10 you can feast on one brunch item, a fresh juice, and hot drink – all washed down with a cocktail. Options include avocado on toast, eggs Benedict, and salmon bagels. Neighbouring health-focused café, Planta, also serves the same brunch deal. Every Sunday, Craft also runs a BBQ deal. For $12.50, you can enjoy fabulous barbecued food and a drink, with the weekly themes taking in seafood, Mexican, South African Braai and American.
Brunch: Every Saturday and Sunday
BBQ: Every Sunday
Hyatt Regency Phnom Penh
Every Sunday, Hyatt Regency’s executive chef Richard Bias and his team work their magic preparing a fantastic spread of food. The family-friendly brunch takes in food from across the globe, and there’s even a Funderland area to keep the kids entertained, with live music for the adults.
Every Sunday, from 12pm to 3pm.
$68++ per adult, inclusive of welcome drink
$20++ per child aged six to 11, inclusive of kid’s drink