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The 5 Best Cooking Classes in Siem Reap, Cambodia

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Updated: 1 May 2018
Taking a taste of Cambodia home is the best gift you can give friends and family. Thankfully, Siem Reap plays host to many cookery classes which show guests how to cook up some signature local dishes. Here are the five best in Temple Town.

Countryside Cooking Class

Restaurant, Asian, $$$
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Siem Reap Countryside Cooking Class includes a trip to the market
Siem Reap Countryside Cooking Class includes a trip to the market | © Siem Reap Countryside Cooking Class
Learn to cook Khmer style with this four-hour class led by a local chef. With morning and afternoon options, each class includes a trip the market before heading to the kitchen in this small village on the outskirts of Siem Reap. Dishes include chicken amok, banana blossom salad and pumpkin custard.
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Lily’s Secret Garden Cooking Class

Restaurant, Asian, $$$
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Lily’s Secret Garden Cooking Class
Lily’s Secret Garden Cooking Class | © Lily’s Secret Garden Cooking Class
For some authentic Cambodian cooking in a traditional local setting, then Lily’s Secret Garden Cooking Class provides just that. Set in a family home approximately five minutes from Siem Reap centre, chef Lily is on hand to guide guests through the steps of creating some of Cambodia’s signature dishes. Morning, afternoon and private classes all include a trip to the local market to buy ingredients.
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Sun - Sat:
9:00 am - 9:00 pm

Atmosphere:

Relaxed, Traditional

Le Tigre de Papier Cooking School

Restaurant, Asian, $$$
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Fish amok cooked and served traditional style
Fish amok cooked and served traditional style | © Sharonang / Pixabay
As one of Siem Reap’s longest-running cookery classes, led by the well-established Le Tigre de Papier in the centre of town, this class takes in a trip to Phsar Chas market in the centre of town, followed by a two-and-a-half hour lesson in how to rustle up a starter, main and dessert. Specialities include amok, Mekong shrimp, Tonle Sap fish, coconut and local vegetables.
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Champey Cooking Class

Restaurant, Asian, $$$
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Champey Cooking Class
Champey Cooking Class | © Champey Cooking Class
Starting with a trip to Siem Reap’s Old Market – Phsar Chas in Khmer – this class introduces budding chefs to local ingredients, cooking techniques and how to cook a three-course Cambodian meal. After the cooking is over, guests can relax in the tropical gardens and enjoy their meal. At the end of the class, students are given a box of spices, certificate and a Cambodian recipe book written in English.
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Cooking Class by LOTUS BLANC

Boutique Hotel Restaurant, Asian, $$$
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Lotus Blanc Resort holds cookery classes
Lotus Blanc Resort holds cookery classes | © Lotus Blanc Resort
The luxurious Lotus Blanc Resort hosts daily cookery classes for those wanting to take a taste of Cambodia back home. There is the option to include a market visit before the class, which teaches a range of dishes including Samlor Proher Trey (herbal soup with vegetable and fish), fish amok and Sach Moarn Chha Kngey (stir-fried chicken with ginger).
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