Just because you’re in Cambodia doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the great British tradition of a Sunday dinner. Here are a handful of places to tuck into a hearty Sunday roast in Phnom Penh.
Sunday Roast in Phnom Penh
Aussie XL Cafe & Bar
Aussie XL Cafe & Bar serves up a weekend roast in the form of roast pork and crackling or roast chicken. The huge portions can be offset with a post-meal dip in the pool. Don’t forget that at weekends if you bring the kids for a swim, they get to eat free from the children’s menu.
The Big Easy
Another spot to enjoy a Sunday roast in Phnom Penh is at The Big Easy. Choose from pork belly or chicken, served with roast potatoes, Yorkshire puddings, stuffing and veg. It’s also home to a pool table and a lengthy happy hour.
The Box Office
From noon, the Box Office serves its belter Sunday roast. There are multiple options on the menu, including chicken, New Zealand lamb, Australian beef, pork and veggie roasts, all served with Yorkshire puddings, roast and mashed potato and seasonal veg. Bloody Marys are also on the menu, alongside a wide range of craft beers.
Tuck into a tasty roast at Mad Monkey’s beer garden between noon and 5pm every Sunday. Options take in the traditional, such as roast chicken and beef. Mad Monkey recommends pre-ordering by 6pm the previous day to guarantee a meal, as they can run out quickly.
Every Sunday from noon, Penh 278 serves a beast of a Sunday lunch accompanied by a free beer or bloody Mary in its leafy outdoor space. Chicken, pork belly and vegetarian nut roast options are available – until they’re sold out, so booking is recommended.
Sunday roast not your thing? Why not discover the wonderful Khmer food in Cambodia?