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BBQ Recipes

BBQ Recipes It was impromptu BBQ time. Mr Rutherford had SMS'd me at 10am to organise a BBQ at 5pm on the same day. Yep I'll grab that challenge by the balls. And because of that dear friends you get 5 more BBQ Recipes. Seriously so very simple. All you need to do is whack these ingredients in a zip-lock bag about 5 hours before your BBQ, and you are done. It really is that simple. Just to remind you. Throw all the following in to zip-lock bags, and when you are ready simply BBQ them to ...

Marum, Creative Local Cuisine, Siem Reap

Marum, Creative Local Cuisine, Siem Reap Mary and I have been to Friends Restaurant, Phnom Penh many many times - get some memories here. This was our first trip to its 'sister' - Marum, Creative Local Cuisine, Siem Reap. Give them a quick phone call 0n +855 17363284 as it does get rather busy. The address is #8A,B Slor Kram. The restaurant is named after the local cooking ingredient, Moringa, which is also known as the ‘Tree of Life’. As you pay your bill, you are helping to build a ...

Mookata Thai BBQ

Mookata Thai BBQ Mookata Thai BBQ is a blog in honour of my mate Greg. He inspired us all when he had his coffee shop in Siglap. Whilst I was rummaging through the Old Market in Siem Reap last week, what did I spot? Yes a Mookata. A metal grill from Thailand. This sits on top of BBQ coals or the gas ring to allow you to have the Thai version of steamboat. Greg was the master at this though, and took it to another level by serving Hokkaido Snow Beef (Wagyu) all the way from Japan. Apparently ...

BBQ 99, Katong

BBQ 99, Katong I reckon we have walked this place 100's of times and never actually noticed it. How crazy is that? Today we didn't miss BBQ 99, Katong. We popped in prior to going to the cinema and had an incredible buffet lunch. A lunch that was incredibly reasonable with regards to cost. Basically it is an 'all-you-eat' BBQ for 3 hours. Loads of food on offer that you help yourself too and bring back to your table to cook on your own personal BBQ tray. I like that. Get down to 99 East Coast ...

Viva Mexico, Siem Reap

Viva Mexico, Siem Reap On day 2 after much temple exploring we found ourselves down in the old town. After a very quick wander around the market, the kids started to moan of hunger pains. We made a quick scan of the street and decided to go to Viva Mexico, Siem Reap. There are two of these restaurants in the city centre. It was packed, which is a good sign. Viva Mexico, Siem Reap gets a solid 3.5 out of 5. The food was quality, was served quickly, and did not break the bank. It was not ...

FCC (Foreign Correspondents Club), Siem Reap

FCC (Foreign Correspondents Club), Siem Reap FCC (Foreign Correspondents Club), Siem Reap was our lunch destination on day 4 of the Kennett family Siem Reap adventure. We'd been to two museums already and needed watering and feeding. I made this choice based on our experiences of FCC in Phnom Penh, the 'sister' location. And boy oh boy was I glad to have made this choice. This restaurant rocks. Its light, it's airy, it's colonial in style, the drinks are amazing and to the food is exceptional. ...

Krousar Khmer Restaurant, Siem Reap

Krousar Khmer Restaurant, Siem Reap I have to make a shout out for Krousar Khmer Restaurant, Siem Reap. This was the restaurant where we had lunch on Day #3 of our Siem Reap adventure, just before we went to the Tomb Raider temple. See the temple tour here. We were hot, sweaty and knackered from all the walking and exploring, so this place became our heaven-on-earth. I ordered the Cambodia Sour Soup accompanied by an icy cold Angkor beer. It was so so good, I am blogging just this dish alone, ...

Chanrey Tree, Siam Reap

Chanrey Tree, Siam Reap Thanks to Mark and his mate for recommending this joint. What an absolute cracker it is guys. We came to Chanrey Tree, Siam Reap for a late lunch. A late lunch that turned in to one of the best meals of the holiday. Read on folks. I would suggest that you book ahead if planning an evening meal. This place is likely to get mobbed later in the evening. It was not too bad at 1330 when we arrived. We were dusty, sweaty and tired after a full morning at Angkor Wat, but ...