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Phnom Penh Evening Food & Craft Beer Tour by Tuktuk

  • Food tour with included tastings, dinner, craft beer, and drinks all night
  • Travel by tuk tuk to experience Phnom Penh local-style
  • Group size is limited to 10 travelers, ensuring personalized service
Phnom Penh Evening Food & Craft Beer Tour by Tuktuk
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Phnom Penh Evening Food & Craft Beer Tour by Tuktuk
USD 49.00
Enjoy unlimited beer or soft drinks as you explore Phnom Penh by tuk tuk on an evening food tour of Phnom Penh street food, local restaurants, and craft beer. Visiting four spots with a food-loving guide is a great way to go beyond the well-known dishes at tourist restaurants; get the back story on each bite as you try local specialties, from hand-rolled lettuce wraps to barbecued beef with ants.
What to Expect

Our Phnom Penh Evening Food and Craft Beer Tour takes you to the heart of Cambodian cuisine, visiting the kind of mom-and-pop restaurants that even the major guidebooks don’t know about. In order to cover the ground between these spread out destinations, we’ll travel by tuktuk, zooming past some of Phnom Penh’s best-known landmarks in a tuktuk, covering a total distance of around 10km.

The tour kicks off at a lush green craft beer garden, where we’ll sample a flight of craft beer brewed by the president of the Cambodian craft beer association. Pint drained, we’ll hop in the tuktuks and head to our first food stop of the evening, a streetside spot where we’ll wrap our own lettuce and rice noodle rolls and learn about the importance of rice in Cambodian cuisine.

Our next couple stops are at tiny family-run restaurants where you can see them preparing their specialties. Pull up a plastic stool and watch life pass by while eating shoulder to shoulder with other locals.

The tour ends at a lively local beer and BBQ garden, where we’ll order a bucket of ice-cold beers and fill up on traditional dishes like fried plantains with beef. Brave diners can try the beef with ants! Feel free to stay on and keep the party going, if you like.

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Reviewed yesterday
One of the Phnom Penh highlights

Great way to visit several local eating establishments, try lots of different cuisines, meet new people, and drink unlimited beer between stops. Tann was an amazing tour guide! You will definitely not leave hungry or sober.

Thank Joe K
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Awesome Phnom Penh Food Tour

This tour was the highlight of our time in Phnom Penh! We had so much fun, all the food was really good, and Tann was a really fun and informative guide. We started at a brewery and then went to four very different food stops....More

Thank Elly K
Tann_LP, Manager at Lost Plate Phnom Penh Food Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Hello Elly, thank you for your review and support. We've always selected the best authentic local food to put together, and we are more than happy to know that you liked the food and had fun on the tour. I was pleased to be a...More

Reviewed 7 June 2018
Awesome Local Phnom Penh Food Tour

I loved this tour! The tour takes you to really tasty places that are super local, and along the way you learn about the people who run the businesses and how they make their food. Tann is a fantastic guide, and overall Lost Plate was...More

Thank Jake C
Tann_LP, Manager at Lost Plate Phnom Penh Food Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 7 June 2018

Thank you Jake for this fabulous review! It was more than fun to show you and Ali around this hometown of mine, trying food I've grown up with and sharing with you guys my personal stories about each dish. We are super happy to know...More

Reviewed 5 June 2018
Food, Beer and Fun with a great service!

Even after 2 years living in the capital city of Cambodia, Lost Plate make me discover places i've never seen in the city. As a street food lover, i was very surprised and amazed by the quality of the dishes we test and fulfill my...More

Thank Florian B
Tann_LP, Manager at Lost Plate Phnom Penh Food Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 7 June 2018

Hi Florian, Thank you for your 5 star review. We have worked very hard to find the best local eateries in Phnom Penh and it was our pleasure to share with you the story behind each dish. I was so glad to learn that you...More

Reviewed 5 June 2018 via mobile
Great tour and guide

I recently went on a beer and food tour with guide Tann. The local beers were really good, and the restaurants we dined at had first class local dishes. My favourite was the BBQ duck and ribs. Tann spoke excellent English and her commentary was...More

Thank Michael O
Tann_LP, Manager at Lost Plate Phnom Penh Food Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 5 June 2018

Thank you Michael for the excellent review. I was really happy to take you guys swinging around Phnom Penh best local eateries, and learning that you liked the craft beer and the food was the best compliment. Thanks again for the review.

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Susan c
1 July 2018|
Response from Jaimegrimmett | Reviewed this property |
Most of the food is rice/rice flour based dishes, but could not guarantee that the food has zero gluten. Just email Lost Plate to see if they can make the adjustments, they should be able to confirm either way