Sunset Siem Reap Food Tour by Tuktuk
What You’ll Do
Visit street stalls, back kitchens, and countryside homes to eat authentic dishes that local families prepare themselves. These are places where menus don’t exist, so you’ll get an unique insight into Cambodian cuisine and why Siem Reap is so much more than the Angkor Wat temples.
Adults: $69 USD
Children 4-15: $59USD
Daily at 4PM, Duration 4 Hours
“The Best Food Tour I’ve Been On!”
“The destinations were beyond special, all experiences we never would have had otherwise, and certainly that I will never forget. This is not your standard tour that goes to a market and then a street-food stall that has been vetted for cleanliness. This is way beyond that.”
What to Expect
After being picked up at your hotel, visit a hole in the wall joint that redefines street food at one of Siem Reap’s oldest street-side restaurants. Everything we eat on the tour is produced, grown, or caught locally in Siem Reap using techniques that have existed for generations. It’s fresh, safe, and flavorful!
We’ll continue at stops where everything is off-menu and in the back kitchens. These are family recipes that have been around hundreds of years from people that have settled here far before Siem Reap became a tourist town. Try charcoal-grilled water buffalo stuffed in grape leaves, grill your own local BBQ, and enjoy fresh-water fish caught the same day.
Cruise through the back-streets of Siem Reap and visit a local village outside of town to take in the sunset views. We’ve worked with local families to get food that is off-menu, highlighting what locals actually eat. You’ll see the way people live, and get to be part of it for an evening.
Enjoy unlimited beer (along with water and soda) during the tour and finish at a secret speakeasy bar that focuses on local ingredients and flavors to create unique drinks. Then we’ll drop you off back at your hotel or wherever you’d like to go next!
Our Siem Reap Food Tour Reviews
Behind the Scenes!
“This food tour is unlike any I’ve taken before. Whether a local’s spot in the middle of town, the back-kitchen of a restaurant, an open air hot pot joint, or sharing a meal in someone’s home(!), we learned so much about both the history of Khmer food, but also felt we could authentically experience how locals eat today. All you can drink Cambodian beer never hurts. I would recommend this tour to anyone who wants to learn more about this rich and somewhat forgotten food culture. Thank you again for the once in a lifetime experience!”
– Reese from Seattle USA, via TripAdvisor
Incredible Way to experience Cambodian Culture
“We had a blast on our sunset Siem Reap food tour. Every detail was well thought out and our guide was so helpful, informative, and engaging throughout the duration of the tour. We consider ourselves food tour snobs (and go on them in every city we travel to) and this was hands down our favorite yet. We’ve never had the experience of dining in a locals home, or the back kitchen of a restaurant. The details were so well thought out – down to watching the sunset in a local village. I would highly recommend this tour – you won’t be disappointed and will also leave with some great ideas for other meals around town.”
– Becca from Denver USA, via TripAdvisor