I didn't know what to expect about 1919 Grand Cafe but since hubby wanted to dine there, so why not. I usually check restaurant reviews but this time around, I just wazed the address and found ourselves on our way to dinner.
Siem Reap is generally hot especially in the months of March to June so having some cold drinks or ice-cream is not a fat-fetch idea. There are many "coolers" sold in Siem Reap but Swensen's is Swensen's.
Steven Corner BBQ is one of the most popular restaurants near Pub Street in Siem Reap. It is located along the main road and is just beside Japan Home. For those who are not yet initiated into Khmer cuisine, you'll enjoy the food choice here at Steven Corner BBQ. There's also some fresh ingredients choices, similar to our "paluto."
A couple of months back, I did some food tasting and restaurant review in Singapore and The Salted Plum was on my list. However, some of the dishes I need to order was only available during lunchtime and it was already past 6pm when we arrived at the restaurant so I wasn't able to taste the rice bowls.
Let's have a short quiz about a Pinoy's eating habit: 1. Dipping sauce such as "toyo," "suka," or "patis" is almost always within reach in every Pinoys' home. True or False 2. Beef tapa is always paired "kamatis" and "bagoong." True or False 3. Green mango with salted egg and tomatoes goes well with "inihaw na baboy." True or False 4. "Suman sa lihiya" is a seasonal "kakanin" during Christmas. True or False 5. A Pinoy's meal is not complete if it doesn't have rice or "kanin." True or False