In Siem Reap, sitting close to the main entrance of Angkor Wat – originally a Hindu monument upon its construction – in a Buddhist majority community, is the Angkor Halal Restaurant, serving culinary delights for Muslim tourists visiting one of the great wonders of the world.
The restaurant serves halal dishes like roti canai & chicken curry ($1.50), Malaysian fish sambal ($4.75-$7.00), lembu nailk bukit ($6.50-$7.75), along with Khmer food such as Amok ($6.50-$9.25) and lok lak ($4.00).
El Khory, a waitress and cashier at Angkor Halal Restaurant, says that the restaurant serves a wide variety of Asian halal food and popular local food.
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