An entirely new experience exploring the flavors of Cambodia's vibrant capital city


The sister tour to Siem Reap Food Tours brings our passion for exploring Cambodian foodways to the big city. On our Phnom Penh morning and evening food tours you’ll get the chance to see another side of this phenomenal town and explore a little-known cuisine. Join us on a by-foodies, for-foodies culinary adventure!

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Eat Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh Food Tours takes you where tourists rarely go to sample authentic Khmer dishes in the city's busy markets, street-food stands, and hole-in-the-wall eateries. Your guide, a long-term expat or English-fluent local, will offer insider insights into Cambodian life and food culture informed by a love of Khmer cuisine. From breakfast noodles to night-time barbecue, you'll savor the day-to-day life of Cambodia's colorful capital.

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We take the fear out of street food

Curious about Cambodia's street-food culture but not sure how to discover what's best, versus what's best avoided? No reason to worry—Phnom Penh Food Tours will introduce you to some of the tastiest food in town. Traveling in a friendly tuk tuk, we'll take you to the vendors and restaurants who've earned our trust. Our guides know the cuisine, know the city, and know the people, and they'll share their passion for Cambodian food with you.

Enjoy the flavors of a busy Phnom Penh morning


Our morning tour takes you to bustling local markets and small street-side stands in neighborhoods outside the usual tourist circuit. You'll see another side of the Cambodian capital when you sit down with locals for a bowl of breakfast noodles and sample street vendors' savory morning snacks. It's a unique opportunity to participate in the day-to-day of Phnom Penh and taste the many influences that have shaped Cambodia's long and rich history.

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A multi-stop eating tour of Phnom Penh nightlife


Our evening tour takes you to street stands, a night-time food market, and several of the locals’ favorite mom-and-pop restaurants around the city. Sample barbecue, curried fish, and other delicious Cambodian dishes and tasty Cambodian beers against the backdrop of Phnom Penh's unique nighttime scene. Starting at 5:45 p.m., the evening tour offers the sights, sounds, and tastes of a truly local experience.

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  • $65 USD per person, includes all food, drink, and transportation

  • $35 USD for kids ages 5 to 11

  • Morning tour starts at 8 a.m. and ends by 11:30 a.m.

  • Evening tour starts at 5:45 p.m. and ends by 9 p.m.

  • Start at a central meeting point; hotel drop-off after the tour

  • Tours are small groups of up to six people

  • Most special diets can be accommodated

For more information about special diets, allergies, food hygiene, tours for children, private tours, the difference between morning and evening tours, and how to book, please see our Frequently Asked Questions page.

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Phnom Penh Food Tours was started by the team behind the critically acclaimed Siem Reap Food Tours, who wanted to offer a experience in Phnom Penh that delves deep into Cambodian food culture.

Steven Halcrow is a chef from Scotland who has spent his time in Cambodia learning about local ingredients and cooking techniques. When he first arrived, he briefly worked in the kitchen at Cuisine Wat Damnak in Siem Reap where he got a crash course in the finer points of Cambodian cooking and inspired his love of the local cuisine. Now, he spends his time managing the food tours and expanding his Khmer vocabulary.

Lina Goldberg is a food and travel writer from California who has written about Cambodia for CNN, BBC, and VICE. She moved to Cambodia in 2010 and still devotes much of her spare time to exploring all aspects of Cambodian cuisine. She is the author of Move to Cambodia: A guide to living and working in the Kingdom of Wonder.

Born in Cambodia’s Koh Kong province, Vanarith Nop has lived in Phnom Penh for six years. Before becoming one of Phnom Penh's best-reviewed tour guides, Vanarith worked as an English teacher and translator, and he is currently finishing a university degree in English. His father is a fisherman and his mother also works in the seafood industry. Because they were often away for work, Vanarith spent his childhood with his grandmother and aunt in Koh Kong, where he learned about traditional Cambodian cuisine firsthand. Vanarith’s favorite dish is his grandmother’s kaw ko, beef braised in palm sugar.


Tours must be reserved on our booking page. Got questions? Check the FAQS. Wondering how to get to Phnom Penh? If you have other questions or would like to set up a private tour or have a larger group, drop us an email.

If you need to speak to us about an urgent tour matter, please call your guide, whose phone number will be on your confirmation email. It is almost always faster to get in touch with us by email, and we will get back to you as soon as we can. 

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