Fine Dining in Phnom Penh

Sombok Restaurant

Breatfast at Sombok in Phnom Penh

Breakfast

Serving delicious breakfast from 6:30am to 10am with no bookings required. Khmer inspired favourites using only the finest ingredients available.

Sombok - Lunch in Phnom Penh

Lunch

Lunch is served from 11:30am to 2:30pm and we serve authentic Khmer fine dining with visually stunning presentations.

Sombok - Dinner in Phnom Penh

Dinner

Dinner is served from 6:30am to 10:30pm using only the best local produce, international ingredients, Petrossian caviar and fine wines.

Sombok Set Menu

Set Menu

Our set menu is updated weekly to showcase the best cuisine available in Cambodia by our now famous Kimsan twins.

The Kimsan Twins

The Kimsan Twins

We are proud to introduce the Kimsan Twins, the creative force behind Sombok Restaurant. After successfully creating a culinary delight at Embassy Restaurant in Siem Reap, these internationally trained chefs have their eye on creating the perfect spot for fine dining in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

Delightful Experiences

Sombok is a a celebration of the creativity of Khmer women and the best cuisine Cambodia has to offer. The name, Sombok, means nest and conveys the care and nourishment we provide to our patrons from our all-woman team.

Fine Dining in Phnom Penh

Set Menu

Our executive chefs create a fresh and new set menu each week to keep our patrons coming back for more! Inspiration is taken from all provinces of Cambodia and served to your table in our stunning restaurant created by the young Cambodian architect Kimseng Ouk with elements of golden silk, original artwork and a truly unique environment.

King Prawn and Crab Salad

À La Carte Menu

Our a la carte menu features soups, main courses, vegetarian options and desserts which have been carefully crafted to showcase some of the best and authentic cuisine Cambodia has to offer. Bringing a modern twist on Khmer classics, Sombok has a passion for bringing Khmer gastronomy to all our guests.

Khmer Interior Design

With Khmer authenticity as our first principal, our interior design was directed by the young Cambodian architect Kimseng Ouk and features an original installation by renowned sculpture artist Sothea Thang. Sothea’s sculpture features elements of Khmer golden silk and traditional fibers, a cultural timeline in which the elevation of Cambodian cuisine is yet another achievement.

Sombok Cocktail

Drink Menu

To accompany our fine cuisine, we have a range of fine drinks available including fresh juices, smoothies, mineral water, fine teas, coffee and cocktails. We also have a range of fine wines, champagne, aperitifs, ports, gins, liqueurs, single malt whiskeys, cognacs and other alcoholic drinks to enjoy with your meal at Sombok Restaurant in Phnom Penh.

Red Wine Sombok Restaurant

Wine Menu

Fine dining is also about fine wines! We have a full range of fine wines from France, Italy, Spain, Chile, Australia, New Zealand and the United States. We have champagne, white wine, red wine, and sparkling wine to enjoy with your meal. Our team will be on hand to recommend a bottle which complements your chosen cuisine.

What Guests' Say About Sombok

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Fine Dining in Phnom Penh

Sombok showcases the exceptional culinary talents of Kimsan Pol & Kimsan Sok, the pioneering female chefs who have created an entirely new category for Authentic Khmer Fine Dining. First garnering an international profile through Embassy Restaurant in Siem Reap, the Kimsan’s have gained a reputation for delivering authentic Khmer flavors in delightful and visually stunning presentations.

Sombok is a celebration of Khmer ingredients and the strength and creativity of the Khmer woman. The name itself, meaning nest, conveys the care and nourishment we provide our patrons through our all-woman team.

Our cuisine is born from the best local chemical-free produce, alongside premium international ingredients, including Petrossian caviar and the finest wines.

With Khmer authenticity set as our first principal, Sombok’s interior design was directed by the young Cambodian architect Kimseng Ouk and features an original installation by renowned sculpture artist Sothea Thang. Dramatically flowing across the ceiling, Sothea’s sculpture features elements of Khmer golden silk and traditional fibers, a cultural timeline in which the elevation of Cambodian cuisine is yet another achievement.

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