• 10 Sep

    A Taste of Southeast Asia During Your Parisian Vacation

    Many visitors may not automatically think of delicious Asian cuisine when they think of Paris. However, these visitors would be surprised to learn that the city offers an excellent selection of restaurants specializing in the cuisines of various Asian countries.

    The mix of cultures that exists in Paris makes it one of the most cosmopolitan destinations in the world, and nowhere is this more evident than in the range of high-quality Asian restaurants in the city. One such restaurant, called Kambodgia, allows Paris inhabitants and visitors to discover the specialities of a country that they may never get the chance to visit: Cambodia.

    From the moment that they step into the restaurant, diners will be transported to another land. Kambodgia offers a modern take on Asian decor, with Asian statues, objects and various decorative elements framed by an otherwise trendy setting. The wooden planks that make up the walls stand out against the sleek white seats and dark tables, showing that, by blending different cultures, we sometimes end up with something very interesting.

    Of course, the best thing about Kambodgia is the food. Diners can expect colorful dishes such as 'Saigon' nems, ginger-infused fish and grilled farm-raised chicken served saté style. For dessert, diners can indulge in iced mango soup and exotic Thai salad, other other treats.

    Another bonus is the fact that the prices on the menu are quite reasonable. For a trendy restaurant, not far from the Champs-Elysees, Kambodgia offers great value for such high standards of innovation and execution. And guests staying at one of the Sister Hotels Champs Elysees can have a great dining experience just steps away from their rooms.