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  1. #7587
    Quote Originally Posted by Liggi1  [View Original Post]
    Leave at the hotel and take copy with you.
    Needless to say, in a safe with other valuables such as spare cash, laptop, etc.

    If there is no safe, keep inside your luggage and lock it. No need to carry it with you for any leisurely reason.

  2. #7586
    Quote Originally Posted by Kyra89  [View Original Post]
    Hey guys,

    Am I okay leaving my passport at the hotel or should I keep it on me at all times?
    Leave at the hotel and take copy with you.

  3. #7585

    Passport

    Hey guys,

    Am I okay leaving my passport at the hotel or should I keep it on me at all times?

  4. #7584
    Quote Originally Posted by Blanquiceleste  [View Original Post]
    Eric Kayser is fantastic, a bit pricey though. Love their salads, sandwiches and quiches. And the coffee is great too.
    Yes, indeed a great shop. My favorite is the sourdough bread.

  5. #7583
    Quote Originally Posted by Forever69  [View Original Post]
    Another option is eric kayser by the river. A french bakery with nice baguette, then there is lucky market with cheese dairy cold cuts.....
    Eric Kayser is fantastic, a bit pricey though. Love their salads, sandwiches and quiches. And the coffee is great too.

  6. #7582

    Peanut allergy.

    I have also read that medical facilities in Cambodia aren't that great and most tourist get airlifted or prefer to go Bangkok for treatment in case of emergencies. I would buy a travel insurance that covered airlift and has decent hospitalization benefits. Not to induce panic but just to be on safer side. I have visited Cambodia twice and bought the insurance both times. Doesn't cost much. The restaurants on the riverfront serve decent Western food. Stick to breads, bagel and pizza. Most times, especially on St 172 , the restaurants are run by family where family members work as waiters, cooks, cashiers etc. They might not be trained for such situations and I think the onus would be upon you to go through the menu and select the proper dish. Be vigilant and wish you enjoy your trip.

  7. #7581

    Larry's 110.

    Quote Originally Posted by DingoD  [View Original Post]
    Also a great place for good food and service, and whilst I have no allergies, the staff here all hold a strong command of English that you should be right in communicating any concerns with certain dishes should you need to ask questions!

    https://www.tripadvisor.com.au/Resta...hnom_Penh.html

    Enjoy your trip and have fun.

    DingoD.
    I have no idea about Larry's incorporating peanuts in their food. But, having eaten there many times, I can highly recommend it for it's moderate pricing, ambience, service and tasty food.

    DingoD. Good recommendation!

    SS.

  8. #7580
    Thanks for the food reccos! Please keep them coming if you guys remember any more.

    I've been reading mixed reviews about Point Boutique hotel about AC not working, not being clean, them being overbooked. I was curious to see what you guys thought about going for the higher options to try and avoid these issues. I was going to either book the Deluxe Queen with window or the Junior Suite- King bed. Have any of you stayed At both or either that can provide me with some distinctions between both?

    Thanks!

  9. #7579

    Peanuts

    Another option is eric kayser by the river. A french bakery with nice baguette, then there is lucky market with cheese dairy cold cuts.....

  10. #7578

    Try Larry's 110

    Quote Originally Posted by Kyra89  [View Original Post]
    Thanks a bunch man!

    I'll check those places out and I've sent out emails to them as well as the big chain restaurants. Don't know why I didn't think to do it before.
    Also a great place for good food and service, and whilst I have no allergies, the staff here all hold a strong command of English that you should be right in communicating any concerns with certain dishes should you need to ask questions!

    https://www.tripadvisor.com.au/Resta...hnom_Penh.html

    Enjoy your trip and have fun.

    DingoD.

  11. #7577
    Quote Originally Posted by SamSanuk  [View Original Post]
    I suspect that "chains" in general should be good in that it is likely there is an employee on the premises who speaks and understand English. (Chains are usually franchise operations licensed by Western firms.) For starters, KFC and Pizza Company come to mind, although I believe Pizza Co. Is a Thai company that emerged from a dispute with Pizza Hut a couple of decades ago. If you are "adventurous" enough to stray from a "chain", I highly recommend Lone Pine Caf. Owned and operated by a California man and his Khmer wife who are both on the premises during hours of operation and very "hands on". https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaura...hnom_Penh.html Also, Mike's Burgers. Have been told that a Khmer dude who immigrated from the USA Started this place. No idea if he is still associated. https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaura...hnom_Penh.html I know from personal experience and word of mouth that both Lone Pine and Mike's are well patronized by expats, tourists, and Khmer locals.

    SS.
    Thanks a bunch man!

    I'll check those places out and I've sent out emails to them as well as the big chain restaurants. Don't know why I didn't think to do it before.

  12. #7576

    Peanut Allergy.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kyra89  [View Original Post]
    ...Or if there are any other fast food chains that would be a good option?...
    I suspect that "chains" in general should be good in that it is likely there is an employee on the premises who speaks and understand English. (Chains are usually franchise operations licensed by Western firms.) For starters, KFC and Pizza Company come to mind, although I believe Pizza Co. Is a Thai company that emerged from a dispute with Pizza Hut a couple of decades ago. If you are "adventurous" enough to stray from a "chain", I highly recommend Lone Pine Café. Owned and operated by a California man and his Khmer wife who are both on the premises during hours of operation and very "hands on". https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaura...hnom_Penh.html Also, Mike's Burgers. Have been told that a Khmer dude who immigrated from the USA Started this place. No idea if he is still associated. https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaura...hnom_Penh.html I know from personal experience and word of mouth that both Lone Pine and Mike's are well patronized by expats, tourists, and Khmer locals.

    SS.

  13. #7575
    Quote Originally Posted by Sammon  [View Original Post]
    Peanut is a staple food in Asia. They make sauces, use in curries, roasted and mixed in fried foods. You should stick to salads without dressing. Fruits as is. Fast food joints may mix peanuts in their fare. Just because it said McDonald's or Burger King does not mean it is the same as USA. All brands vary their food according to local taste.

    I suggest you carry epipen.
    Thanks for the heads up about the fast food places. I will be carry a couple epipens with me at all times!

  14. #7574
    Quote Originally Posted by Blanquiceleste  [View Original Post]
    You should be good sticking to strictly Western fare. Take different photos of peanuts in various forms and show them to the waiter / waitress and then cross your arms and vigorously shake your head to indicate "NO PEANUTS".

    Stay safe and report back on your trip.

    Another word of advice. The girls. Now they will eat peanuts. Local Khmer food uses peanuts in plenty of ways. If you are going to visit bars and expect to DFK girls, that could become a problem. Think about a strategy to overcome that.
    Thanks for the tip about having a picture. Definitely won't be any DFK and I'll probably buy some mouth wash to leave in my hotel bathroom for them to rinse. Do you think the girls will be okay with that? Don't want them thinking I put something in there.

  15. #7573
    Quote Originally Posted by Kyra89  [View Original Post]
    Hey guys,

    As the title state I have a severe allergy to peanuts but decided to book my trip to Phnom Penh later next month. I do not speak any Khmer unfortunately.

    After doing some searches on google I found that there were no specific recommendations as to where I could find a peanut free restaurant.

    They did mention that I should only eat at restaurants that are owned by westerners so I would be able to communicate my allergy better. So I was wondering if there were any that you guys knew about?

    I will be staying at Point Boutique hotel but am willing to travel to the end of the world (or at least Phnom Penh) for safe options! I am more than happy to eat strict western diet.

    I've found that they have Burger King and I was wondering if anyone happened to come across items on their menu that would cause me some concern? Or if there are any other fast food chains that would be a good option?

    I've learned so much on this thread about my main interests while in Phnom Penh and although this is a bit off topic and a shot in the dark I hope that I can get some information from people that have been on the ground.

    Thanks in advance!

    Kyra.
    Peanut is a staple food in Asia. They make sauces, use in curries, roasted and mixed in fried foods. You should stick to salads without dressing. Fruits as is. Fast food joints may mix peanuts in their fare. Just because it said McDonald's or Burger King does not mean it is the same as USA. All brands vary their food according to local taste.

    I suggest you carry epipen.

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