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Welcome to Khmer Gourmet Cooking Class


I’m Sreypeo, Executive Chef in 5 stars hotel, I have prepared for you different menus available for everybody with or without experience of cooking.

With my team of teachers,  you will first visit the local market, then we will be ready to explore the basic of Khmer Food.

With Khmer Gourmet Cooking Class in the center of Siem Reap (Street Alley West in front of the umbrellas), it is a delicious opportunity to discover and learn the secrets of our authentic Cambodian food, in a family atmosphere. Siem Reap


Visit The Local Market

Purchase your ingredients with our Chef at the local market and then head back to our kitchen to cook your delicious Cambodian dish!

Learn & Cook

Learn how to prepare and cook delicious Khmer food with one of our Teachers.

Enjoy Your Own Food

When you’ve finished cooking, enjoy your own meal in our restaurant with the other students.

Get Your Certificate

Because you deserve it! When you’ve finished eating, you will get a certificate.

Cooking Class everyday at  1PM or 5PM from $19US only

Our restaurant & cooking class KHMER GOURMET

For our cooking class menu, we have choosen a selection of khmer dishes that can easily be duplicated at home for family and friends.

We would like you to have experience Khmer cuisine that has been prepared in our kitchen, using equipment and methods of cooking in a traditional Khmer manner. This way we hope you will enjoy the fresh flavors of Cambodia and that the subtleties of the Khmer cuisine will intrigue and delight you.


All the vegetables are locally sourced and the herbs are freshly from our suppliers gardens.


Please feel free to ask any questions you may have during your time with us.

Located 50 meters from the Old Market in Alley West, in a charming street (in front of the umbrellas), over the restaurant CREP’ITALY   (restaurant that offers a wide variety of dishes and drinks Italian & French,
local beers from Angkor to Belgian beers, but also Italian and French wines)

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