The freshest ingredients.
The Dining Room is a focal point of the property, with a seven-metre ceiling and two shaded pergolas. Khmer and Western cuisines feature the freshest seasonal ingredients. There's also a walk-in wine and cheese cellar, along with a casual lounge area serving freshly baked cakes and local delicacies. Alfresco meals can be taken by the pool or gardens.
The Khmer Village House is a rustic private venue within the Angkor Archaeological Park. This traditional wooden house built on stilts overlooks Srah Srang, an ancient Khmer royal bathing pool. Signature dishes include nom ben chok – delicious fresh noodles with chopped herbs, salad, and green curry, from the house's organic garden and cooked over a charcoal clay stove by a local chef. Plus, exclusively for Amansara guests, the Village House serves breakfasts, lunches and candlelit dinners, and is also available for cooking classes.