Agriculture Ministry to grow more food domestically to cut down on imports.
Foreign musicians attracted to Phnom Penh but not for cash
Therefore, Good Times2 have set out across the city to find you the cheapest yet delicious fare which costs no more than $1 each.
Thanksgiving is long gone, so there is now one thing on everyone’s mind – and no surprise it is Christmas! The essence of Christmas spirit is, without a doubt, dinning, drinking and sharing.
THAILAND has always had an irrefutable status of being home to some of the world’s gastronomical offerings.
Foodies, rejoice! The Kingdom’s premier food festival Kon Slaprea returns for another edition this weekend at the Olympic Stadium.
This is a question we need to ask ourselves but before answering we need to acknowledge the diversity of expectations and aspirations that we all have for oceans, which cover more than two-thirds of the planet’s surface.
Events: Amazing MAM, The Employer of Choice 2019 – Food Safety and Protection – Kon Slaprea 2019
Newrest, a leading French food service company is expanding into Cambodia.
IT’S just fascinating, that if I wait long enough at some corner café in the city, the food will come to me – courtesy of the mobile food carts of Phnom Penh.
Japan to provide $3.2 million to support a food aid programme in schools.
On Friday evening, a selected number of fortunate invitees and Khmer food lovers, converged on Vattanac Capital Tower’s Rosewood Hotel to celebrate the first launching of Chef’s Nak 12 best recipes from her remarkable Khmer culinary book- Nhum.
ONE of the Kingdom’s most prestigious food and beverage establishments Malis Restaurant has now reimagined its menu by featuring the most delectable Cambodian flavours for guests to sample, while retaining its classic favourites.
Do you see yourself as a food adventurer wandering from one meal to the next just to try new tastes? A true foodie will love walking on Street 402 in Toul Tompong.
Siem Reap, the land of the former Khmer Empire, has turned itself into a hub of culinary business activities with food tours.
“Sobering” is perhaps the most optimistic response to the message contained in the IPCC report on Climate Change and Land, which sets out how the climate crisis is impacting the land upon which we rely for our continued existence.
The month is coming to an end, your wallet is getting lighter, but that doesn’t mean you should tame your hunger for good food. Can you believe, $5 or less can buy you three meals per day?
One of the largest gatherings for agro-processing industries in Cambodia is to be held.
There are serious challenges to global food supply everywhere we look. Intensive use of fertilisers in the US Midwest is causing nutrients to run off into rivers and streams, degrading the water quality and causing a Connecticut-size dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico.
The French call it escargots and the Romans have had a significant history in consuming it in their diet. Snails have long been part of menus around the globe and it is no different here, in the Kingdom of Wonder.
If you are a fan of food and travel shows, be it in the form of a commentary or documentaries, Netflix’s Street Food isn’t going to be any different.
Let’s face it. Hunger pangs are hard to ignore, especially when they hit after midnight. Instead of forcing your eyes shut or turning on Netflix to drown out the stomach growls, show yourself some love and head on over to one of these dining spots to put that hunger to rest.
Education Ministry bans the sale of certain foods and drinks to protect students’ health.
A large part of the lives of indigenous people in Cambodia remains unknown to the public. Interested people usually try to understand them through studying their “unique” traditional rituals and life events.
Local and foreign foodies can now enjoy a variety of street food in the comfort of an air-conditioned hall, as Singapore-based food court chain Food Republic unveiled its first Cambodian outlet at Aeon Mall Sen Sok last week.
The Cambodian food industry, including traditional Khmer cuisine, was on the verge of a major upgrade in May 2017, according to Japan’s authoritative Nikkei Asian Review.
Singapore aims to rely less on imports to feed its 5.6 million people.
When it comes to feeding the world, no one deserves more recognition than family farmers. Not only do they produce most of the world’s food but more importantly they also provide food that keeps people and the planet healthy.
The Environment Ministry urges people to preserve the Kingdom’s biodiversity.
Located on Street 103 in Toul Tompong, a house with a sign at the front reading “Buck Hunger” looks just like a small local eatery serving breakfasts to hungry Cambodian from a house. The difference? The customers do not pay for their food.