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Address: LH44, Street 265, Tuk Laak3, Toul Kork, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
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+855 16 666 623
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LINNA CULINARY SCHOOL is a new culinary school that opened in June, 2010....

LINNA CULINARY SCHOOL is a new culinary school that opened in June, 2010. Our school is near the Phnom Penh university.Vong Linna is the principal author of two recipe books written in Khmer language.In our school, Western cuisine and Khmer, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Thailand, Vietnamese food, with the training of Cambodian students.Our school has been training Khmer traditional food to foreigners. I hope everyone is inspired and become familiar with Khmer food.

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Amazing Cambodian experience!!

Searching for the real Cambodian cuisine, we found Linna Culinairy School. What an amazing experience! After a warm welcome we started off the day by visiting a local market... read more

Reviewed 5 June 2013
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Reviewed 5 June 2013

Searching for the real Cambodian cuisine, we found Linna Culinairy School. What an amazing experience! After a warm welcome we started off the day by visiting a local market. Linna explained us about the real Cambodia flavors, where they come from and how to use them in the kitchen. After the market Linna took us back to her kitchen and... More 

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Perth, Australia
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Reviewed 12 May 2013

I really enjoyed learning how to make some traditional Cambodian dishes, and I especially loved eating everything at the end! The staff were really lovely and went out of their way o make sure everyone in the group had fun. But the best bit of day was the trip to the local markets... This was definitely not for the faint... More 

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Portland, OR
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Reviewed 29 April 2013

My friends and I had the pleasure of taking this class on our first day in Cambodia. We were jet lagged but awake and Linna proved to be a wonderful host. First we went on a tour of one of Phnom Penh's many markets. As with every market I've been to in Asia is was bustling and we had to... More 

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Reviewed 31 March 2013

An army of servers are at your service and they are very willing to help. Be sure to call to see if it is open as it was closed when we went back for our second visit. Sorry to miss it as the setting was very nice once you got off the street. It was crowded so it might be... More 

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Crete, Greece
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Reviewed 22 March 2013

My husband and I had a wonderful time taking a class with Linna. It was so personalized and authentic - she is a very patient teacher and was able to provide a lot of information about local cuisine and culture, especially on the market tour portion of the outing. The school itself is beautiful and made cooking even more fun.... More 

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Reviewed 21 March 2013

We paid for 3 people to cook and 4 people to eat. It cost $20 dollars just for an extra person to watch and eat. Overall the facility was very clean and nice. Also the trip to the market with Linna was enjoyable, interesting, but hot. Unfortunately the recipes for the day were not to our liking (Beef Lok Lak).... More 

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Reviewed 15 March 2013

In September last year, I followed my husband came to Phnom Penh for business trip.Before departure, I'd have reservations courses in Hong Kong, even my registration date is not a off day, but they still open the course for me. At the Day, I went out from the hotel to the school, after met up Linna who the school cooking... More 

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Reviewed 27 February 2013

Had a wonderful morning at Linna's culinary school. The highlight was the trip to the market to get the food for the meal. The market was packed with sellers from the countryside and their wares - delicious fruit, fish still squirming, chickens awaiting their final demise! After we returned to a yummy appetizer and then we were set to work... More 

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Reviewed 19 February 2013

Lovely clean and spacious kitchens, and Linna was a lovely lady and a good teacher. I felt for the price it was a little expensive as we only taught and cooked 2 dishes.(but both very tasty, and easy to follow instructions) I went to a cooking School in Cheng Mai, Thailand and paid a little bit more but leant to... More 

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Reviewed 12 February 2013

My 2 teenage daughters & I spent a morning in a cooking course in Phnom Penh with the Linna Culinary School. This is a fairly new (2010) cooking school that is a great way to learn some traditional Cambodian recipes in a clean, well equipped custom made kitchen set up. It included a tuk-tuk ride to visit a small local... More 

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