We went with a large group so had pre-organised a 4 course set menu. Every dish was a delight, wonderful flavours and well presented.
We've been for 10 days in Cambodia and the area of Siem Reap, and the lunch we had at Cassia Restaurant was exellent. The combination of French - Asian food was great, lovely flavors on the dishes with a menu with a lot of choices and with reasonable prices. The staff was attentive and very welcoming... It's a lovely, quiet... More
Superb cuisine, reasonable prices, excellent service. Do not visit Siem Reap without dining here! After dinner, pop across the street and have a drink in the hanging sofas at the Kroya!
The produce was fresh, the chef excellent and the service could not be faulted. However, it was a Saturday night and we were the only table present in a large restaurant. The food was just too complicated. A mixture of different tastes on the same plate that just didn't feel right. It felt very "try hard 1970s". As an example... More
Good: - Food. Definitely different from delicious/inexpensive local food with local, cheap settings. Presentation is at their best. Try "Trilogies de foie gras" as appetizer and this could be an excellent way to have French with local flavors. All yellow things in picture is made of mango and those mango wraps with sweet inside is genius. I try lamb entree... More
We did a private cooking lesson at Cassia and it was so much fun and of course delicious! I would highly recommend doing this while you're in Cambodia. It included a fun trip to the market to learn about the local products, which was such a treat!
The Cassia was great experience regarding Asian food. Starter and main course were perfect. Service was great. A very good wine list. Totally relaxed ambiente.
The house is really nice and very well situated, calm and peaceful. The staff is very friendly and the food is very nice displayed and delicious. As a starter I recommend the overview platter for two people.
I can't recommend this restaurant highly enough. Low key, relaxed, and beautifully situated, it has to be one of Siem Reap's pleasantest places to enjoy dinner. First of all, the food was delicious, fresh, creative, and carefully prepared and presented. I especially liked the shrimp ceviche appetizer with its zesty Khmer-inspired sauce and the fresh spring rolls enlivened by a... More
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