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COLLIN’S Sky Dining & Gastro Bar launches new menu

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COLLIN’S Sky Dining & Gastro Bar is based in Phnom Penh, Level 13 at The Bridge SOHO. Supplied

COLLIN’S Sky Dining & Gastro Bar has launched an array of new items to their tantalising menu this week, made with the freshest, quality ingredients to get the taste buds of patrons tingling.

Established in 2012, COLLIN’S embodies Chef Collin Ho’s passion and humble mission to provide premium Western cuisine at pocket-friendly prices for the masses. Winning the heart of many since then, COLLINS now serves tens of thousands of diners from all walks of life and has expanded to 24 outlets island-wide to date.

Although the brand has expanded vastly over less than a decade, the essence of its origin is still being cherished, as seen in the special section of Singaporean classics available as a part of COLLIN’S menu.

One of the many restaurants from the international chain is based at The Bridge SOHO’s Level 13 in Phnom Penh. The  renowned sky bar promises an out of this world dining experience set against a panoramic view of the city and delightful sunsets.

COLLIN’S launched an array of new items to their tantalising menu this week made with the freshest, quality ingredients. KT/Chor Sokunthea

COLLIN’S Cambodia occupies a massive floor area of approximately 600 square metres that can accommodate up to 310 guests, providing a perfect setting for hosting events. It also has a private VIP room which can accommodate up to 12 guests and has a modern karaoke entertainment installed.

 

The newly launched menu includes a number of tasty dishes including:

Crispy Chicken Mid Joint Wing

Deep-fried Mid-joint Wing served with Spicy Thai Chilli Dip

 

Lobster Cupuccino

Aroma of Rich Lobster Broth, Shellfish Froth with Crispy Prawn Fritter

 

Pulled Pork Burger

Slow-cooked Iberico Pork with Fried Mantou Bun, Kimchi, Tomatoes, Lettuce, BBQ Sauce and Japanese Mayo

Iberico Pork Belly Confit

Crispy Skin Confit of Pork Belly, Khmer Fried Rice, Green Papaya Salad and Marinated Soyu

 

Spicy Harrisa Prawns and Spanish Chorizo

Sautéed Spanish Chorizo and Prawns served with Garlic Bread

 

Dinosaur Banana Split

Fresh Banana, Chocolate Sauce, Assorted Nuts, Whipped Cream, Berries and Ice Cream

 

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