Monday, November 13, 2023

Lunch at Crep' Italy

A lot of Siem Reap tourist culture centres around Pub Street. Right or wrong, this is often the first place tourists find in Siem Reap, and we were no exception. Like moths to a flame, we're drawn to the bright lights we've all heard about before we arrive. That's not all bad though, because there are some good restaurants around pub street, like Crep' Italy, located in a laneway behind Pub Street.

Crep' Italy was quiet when we arrived, so we parked ourselves in front of the bar.

Some of our entree's, spring rolls and croquettes.

The rest of the Griswalds, clowning around as usual.

I'm pretty sure this was Mel's Caesar salad and I'm kicking myself for not taking a photo of the bill to remind me.

This alleyway leads through to Pub Street was a little reminiscent of an Italian laneway, Vespas and all.

A few limoncellos to go with our dessert.

It's usually a safe bet to accume that Mikah's dessert is the one with ice cream.

Lori and I shared a creme brulee.

Crep' Italy has a mix of Italian and Cambodian food on offer along with quite an extensive wine list.

The view down the laneway from Crep' Italy.

We enjoyed our meal here at Crep' Italy. While we have a rule of not returning to any restaurants while we're abroad, like many places we ate in Cambodia, we could have happily eaten here again.

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