Raffles Grand Hotel D’Angkor unveils new fine dining restaurant
Cambodia’s most-storied hotel, the Raffles Grand Hotel D’Angkor has unveiled “1932”, its latest fine-dining restaurant. 1932 is credited with the honor of being one of only two establishments in the country permitted to serve Royal Khmer Cuisine with recipes passed down from the King’s own kitchen. Executive Chef Angela Brown uses traditional Khmer recipes to create dishes with a modern approach to suit western palates. Signature dishes include beef cheeks, served with a local aromatic herb known as Ma’om and Quail Egg Curry, among other dishes like Grilled Lamb Chops in Ginger Sauce and Red Chicken Curry in Coconut.