Phnom Penh Gives Thanks Across the City

Planning to celebrate Thanksgiving? This year, Phnom Penh has fully jumped on board, with a vast array of choices. Here’s our pick.

The Providore


Indulgent roasted turkey​ is paired with wine such as CAVA Frexinet 200ml, Ravanal Merlot, and Thretham.

67 Sothearos Blvd, Tonle Bassac

The Cool Lounge

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Stuffed turkey with mashed potatoes and gravy, mac & cheese, cornbread and pumpkin pie? Er, yes please.

6pm – Late, Street 440, Toul Tom Poung; $15pp

Cafe Monivong at Raffles


A sumptuous Thanksgiving Buffet, complete with all the traditional holiday trimmings of turkey, cranberry sauce, gravy, and pumpkin pie.

5.30-9.30pm @ Raffles Hotel le Royal; $35pp + $13 for free flow wine or beer.

La Coupole @ Sofitel


This tempting feast features over 50 dishes, including slow roasted turkey with sausage stuffing at the carving station. Plus, there are classic desserts like pumpkin pie and pecan pie, and even a chocolate fountain.

6pm- 10pm @ Sofitel, 26 Old August Site, Sothearos Boulevard, $32

Tacos Kokopelli


Choose from: roast turkey, glazed ham, creamy mashed potatoes with giblet gravy, sage and onion stuffing, green bean casserole, glazed sweet potatoes and carrots, bread and butter pickles, homemade cranberries, dinner roll and, of course, pumpkin pie.

4pm – 9pm @ 42 St 19z; $15pp / $8 kids.

Cambo Cruise


Spend Thanksgiving on the Mekong with Cambo Cruise. Full spread of holiday buffet with lots of food, a free glass of wine/beer, and live traditional Khmer music. The cruise lasts a total of 2.5 hours. 20% off for members, memberships available on the boat.

5pm – 9.30pm @ Sisowath Quay (Riverside); $28 adults, $14 kids.

Regency Cafe @ Intercontinental Hotel


This elaborate festive feast involves a Thanksgiving carving station with traditional Turkey and all the trimmings, plus an extensive selection of desserts.

6pm – 9pm @ Mao Tse Toung Blvd; $32pp

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