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Samsara - CLOSED

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Reviewed 24 October 2014

We have spent 2 nights here last month and would like to recommend this boutique hotel. The staff is abolutely great, they will do anything to make you happy and to serve you. The rooms are very good, a lot of space and all amenities....More

Date of visit: October 2014
Thank Aimée S
Reviewed 6 July 2014

very attractive restaurant run by Friends (with 3 places in Phnom Phen). Good range of local dishes, well prepared and served. Wine was very reasonable (not a great selection but not overpriced either). Small friends shop attached. worth a visit .....

Date of visit: July 2014
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Reviewed 1 April 2013

The Indian food is a catastrophe . The waitress takes the order and then perhaps sub contracts the order to some place near by, who takes all the time to get back. Same is for all the other food on the menu. The Naan was...More

Date of visit: March 2013
Thank seawaves
Reviewed 20 March 2013

Probably the best thing about the restaurant is the waitresses who are all very happy and friendly. The food is OK but seems to be cooked in the Bamboo restaurant opposite. It's a lot quieter than Pub Street itself but if you sit outside you...More

Date of visit: March 2013
Thank Dorsetbruce
Reviewed 17 November 2012

We made the mistake of following the re-issued Lonely Planet recommendation on this place before checking the reviews on Tripadvisor, and instead trusting our instincts on seeing the jack-of-all-trades menu. After a long delay, our 'Indian' meal featuring 'lamb from Australia' arrived from *outside* the...More

Date of visit: November 2012
Thank worldtravellers129
Reviewed 24 September 2012 via mobile

With an extensive menu ranging from pizza, pasta, burgers, and traditional western fare Samsara also had traditional Khmer food as well as Indian. There really is something for everyone. However, having such a large variety of food does mean that the quality of the food...More

Thank climbinglady
Reviewed 22 July 2012

Not the cheapest meal in the town but the food was very very good. Madras, rice, naan and two beers for usd 10

Date of visit: July 2012
2  Thank 22johnny22
Reviewed 10 July 2012

First night in Siem reap I travelled trough "Pub Street" and was attracted by the nice seating ...it was a big mistake ...the spring rolls were not good and I did not finished them ..same for the main dish which I bearely touched ...I payed...More

Date of visit: July 2012
2  Thank pbxl1
Reviewed 18 February 2012

I had dinner here to change from Cambodian food after a few days. My Tiger prawn thali was cooked somewhere else, the prawns were not tiger prawns just 5 sad normal prawns and it was not even hot. The service was slow and not too...More

2  Thank SuperStinaLina
Reviewed 31 December 2011

The Samsara used to be my regular Indian restaurant until "Le Tigre de Papier" took over. Make no mistake: (most of) the food is still pretty good, but service is a shambles. Not really the fault of the staff I figure, more a case of...More

Date of visit: December 2011
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