Discover the subtle flavours of Cambodian cuisine. Traditional Khmer dishes at frizz restaurant in the heart of Phnom Penh (just behind the Royal Palace).
Our Fish Amok ranks among the best you can have in Cambodia. (see reviews)
THE COOKING CLASS
Learning to cook Khmer food is a great way to introduce your Cambodia experience to your friends. Recreate the real recipes back home and invite them to a mouth-watering meal.
Sign up for a cookery course at the frizz Cooking Class. Half day and full day courses.
Cooking Class Impression
See a video of one of the participants in frizz Cooking Class. She’s making the national dish Fish Amok.
One of the reactions on that video reads: “Thanks for the vid, I gotta say I had my first amok fish there and it set a benchmark that was not matched for the rest of my Cambodian trip.”
The place you must try
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!
Culinary discovery of the day
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.
Small but excellent restaurant with charcoal braziers, similar to a Korean barbecue, on which you can cook your own Cambodian meat and vegetable dishes.
Best Fish Amok I'd tasted in Cambodia
I had the fish amok (steamed coconut fish) and Ren had the sngau chrouk trey (fish soup). They were both absolutely fantastic. It was the best fish amok I'd tasted in Cambodia (and I'd had quite a few over the past two weeks)
We want to learn how to make it
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.