Reviews & Recommendations
Right, you should not take our word for it. Every restaurant owner says his place is the best.
So why don't you read reviews about frizz restaurant by travel guides, travel organizations or posted on other websites?
Here's a selection:
|CNN Traveller||At frizz restaurant on Street 240, they'll almost casually serve you perhaps the most delicious starter ever created – the Kampot rice noodle salad, a superb mix of bean sprouts, shrimps, coconut milk and saw leaves.|
|Lonely Planet Cambodia||True, the name doesn't sound that Khmer, but the aromatic Cambodian cuisine here is some of the most delicious in town. The restaurant also operates cooking classes for those wanting to learn some secrets.|
|Slickdrums Chronicles||The place you must try.. Frizz Restaurant!
We tried their Fish Amok, which was superbly incredible, and the Saik Moan Char Trob (Chicken & Eggplant), which was also equally heavenly! For dessert, we had the Apple pie & ice cream! A Home Run!
Apart from Khmer food, Frizz serves international food as well!
|André (LP Reviews)||One of the best places in Phnom Penh for Cambodia's national dish, Fish Amok. There are countless ways to prepare this dish, but the one at frizz is just about perfect: creamy coconut, lemongrass and a fish fillet that melts in your mouth. Thumbs up!|
|A-Team Adventures||We search out a place known for its Amok, the Khmer national dish. We choose Frizz...it was a great decision and we decide we want to learn how to make it.|
|Phnomenal Food||We selected the Dutch-owned frizz for it's authentic Khmer specialties and lengthy wine list. It was one of the best meals we have ever eaten. The beef with smoked eggplant was truly unique, with a subtle mix of tangy sauce and earthy spices. Amok, our second dish, is a common Cambodian dish of curried fish wrapped in a banana leaf and frizz does an exceptionally good job in presentation and flavor.|
|Lisa's Walkabout||Fabulous lunch at frizz... salor kor ko sap (eggplant, bitter melon, pumpkin, papaya, green banana, snake beans, and green vegetables) and saiong jayk mien shoul (chicken and pork sausages wrapped in banana leaves and deep fried). I know it doesn't sound Cambodian, but the good book tells me it's supposed to be a delicious plate of Cambodia food (and it was).|
|George & Bec's Adventures||The culinary discovery of the day was the green mango salad which was so loaded with flavour it could have been a vegetarian schnitzel. It rocked. It was mainly mango, of course, with fresh basil, chilli, dried shrimps and countless tasty herbs.|
|Karen and Colin||Yummy food, good atmosphere, a nice, pleasant place to sit and eat or drink. The food was good, the service and surroundings good too. And most importantly, the bathroom was clean!|
|Rough Guide Cambodia||Small but excellent restaurant with charcoal braziers, similar to a Korean barbecue, on which you can cook your own Cambodian meat and vegetable dishes.|
|K'Telontour||Already rapidly becoming one of our favourite dining experiences, frizz restaurant is but a few minutes stroll away and offers a large, varied and great value for money menu. With the addition of first class staff, clean and comfortable surroundings and a comprehensive drinks list, you'll have a great time here. Wifey tried the traditional Khmer Amok, which consists of steamed fish in a turmeric sauce with spices under a layer of creamy coconut, presented in a banana leaf dish and I had the Saik Moan Char Kari- chicken chunks in curry spices, as hot or not as you like. Best meal to date and we'll be regulars here.|
|Footprint Cambodia||Awesome Khmer Food.|
|Secret of Fish Amok:||Of course the search for the best Fish Amok continues. For now though, I'd have to say frizz makes the best Fish Amok in town. It's creamy, just-right-spicy and melts in your mouth. Restaurant frizz is also offering Phnom Penh's only Khmer cooking classes.|
|TravelFish||Frizz offers a great selection of tasty Khmer food -- some of it really is top notch. Service is excellent and the English-speaking staff very friendly. Highly recommended.||Phnom Penh Visitor's Guide||Offering excellent traditional Cambodian fare and more. The newly expanded menu includes more salads, desserts and signature Cambodian dishes|
|Cambodia Yellow Pages:||Best burritos in town and authentic and very tasty khmer food. I recommend the chicken with eggplant.
― steve, USA
The food in this restaurant is really delicious. We enjoyed it very much. The staff of the restaurant is very friendly and they speak very good English. We also enjoyed the cooking class which was organised by this restaurant. Real traditional Cambodian food.
― Willem en Christel Foppen, Netherlands
I was at frizz restaurant a while ago and I was glad I discovered this spot. The food is delicious and tasty, especially the fish amok. Never had it like that before. Also their curries are worth a try. And if you want to cook yourself: frizz calls itself the home of the Volcano Pot, a delicious hot pot with beef, chicken, fish or a combination of the three. Furthermore, the staff is very helpful and speak good English. They're happy to provide you with information and travel tips. This place I highly recommend!
― Bert Wagendorp, Netherlands
|TravelIndochina||Simple setting, but serves some of the best Khmer food, at reasonable prices. The Khmer soups and curries are especially good.|