Our Khmer Specialities
frizz restaurant in Phnom Penh has some specialities, dishes that we are really proud of. Sometimes we refer to the restaurant as the 'Home of the Volcano Pot', or 'Chhnang Phnom Pleung'. And our Fish Amok is one of the best in Phnom Penh. Furthermore, we have weekly specials, advertised on the blackboard in the restaurant.
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The Cambodian barbecue is one of the most popular dishes on our menu. No wonder, it's great fun, especially when you're in a group.
In Khmer it's called 'Chhnang Phnom Pleung' or 'Volcano Pot'. There are two variants: one is more like a soup, the one we serve is a proper barbecue heated by charcoal.
You'll get sliced beef, chicken, fish or a combination, which you grill on the charcoal fire. You'll also get a large selection of vegetables like cucumber, lettuce, tomato, cabbage and pineapple.
The trick is to grill ingredients you like on the volcano pot and then wrap it in lettuce to eat. Difficult, but Cambodians are masters in this using chopsticks. Chhnang Phnom Pleung is served with rice.
$5.75 p.p. (min. 2 persons)
Every week we present changing specials on the blackboard in the restaurant.
The weekly specials include salads, main dishes, appetizers and desserts, and sometimes special drinks.
Proud of our Fish Amok
Fish Amok is the national dish of Cambodia and we follow the traditional recipe. We are proud that many patrons really like our fish amok and come back for it. It has also been rated 'the best fish amok in town' by Barbara Gruber, a German journalist who tried this specific dish at various restaurants in Phnom Penh (see her weblog about Fish Amok).
Ever tried fish amok before? Probably not the way we serve it!
Fish Amok, $ 5.00
Saik Ko neung Toeuk Krotj
This is a delightful dish: sliced and seasoned beef is stir-fried with vegetables and chilli peppers, and served with an orange sauce on a bed of cabbage and topped with lettuce.
A bit spicy but you can order it less spicy if you don't like that.
Saik ko neung toeuk krotj $4.75