Best Known For
Sach Moeun Chha Kroeung (Lemongrass Chicken)- spicy lemongrass chicken with vegetables; Amog Trey - steamed curry fish wrapped in banana leaves
To experience traditional Khmer cuisine without leaving the country, take a visit to Liep’s Cambodian Restaurant in Cremorne. This cheerful, family run restaurant has attracted a loyal following for its home style cooking and like Liep himself, remains humble and eager to please. Modest and understated, the restaurant’s simple set up leads patrons to focus solely on the cuisine, Liep’s point of difference amidst the diverse Sydney restaurant scene. Authentically Cambodian, Liep’s menu takes historical influence from Thailand, Vietnam, China and France, traditionally fusing flavours in dishes like pot chean (corn cakes) served with side salad and sweet chilli sauce, as well as sam loh machu kroeung (tender eye fillet of beef cooked in lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves and tamarind sauce).
Shop 6, 332 Military Rd, Cremorne 2090 NSW - See Map
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