A group of us 7 couples and 1 other guy (15pax) from Kuala Lumpur had this restaurant booked for us for what was to have been the best meal of a 4 night 5 day holiday with golf sightseeing and shopping in Phnom Penh. The...More
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I had such high hopes after reading all the glowing reviews on here and after deciding on Armand's following a ton of research on French places in Phnom Penh. Sadly my partner and I were left less than satisfied. We both went for the onion...More
Take a step back to a Paris bistro except it is staffed by Cambodians. Intimate. Place to linger. Small menu with good food. Style. One of the more expensive places in Phnom Penh but one of the best! My wife and came here on recommendation...More
We just returned to our hotel room full and happy! We had a wonderful experience here and I wanted to review it right away. I had the rib - eye and my husband had the lamb. The rib - eye was thin, seasoned nicely and...More
Went there for dinner with friends, we had great time, the food was really good, the wine was superb and the service was perfect.
We had starter for chese plate and salmon and it was absolutely gorgeous one . The flavour of the salmon is like silk. I ordered duck ,suggest for medium it would be much better than well done. Great place for dinner after work with friends...More
great tournedos rossini with fois gras. nice atmophere for a great dinner. i went there often and quality is always top!
Let’s start with the premise that the best steak comes from the USA. Australian steak doesn’t cut it (no pun intended), Cambodian beef is laughable, and even French beef often lacks the marbling necessary in a great steak. I know not where Armand’s gets their...More
I recently visited Armand's. All in all a very pleasant experience. Upon entering, I felt like I was stepping back in time. The decor and ambiance cries 1950s right down to the music, standards from the Sinatra era. With a basic menu of French classics...More
This is my favourite restaurant in PNH. The cote de boeuf and lalande pomerol is great. The norvegian omelet is interesting for those with a sweet tooth