Restaurant Marum Restaurant #8A,B Phum Slokram Krong Siem Reap Cambodia Published on: 13-11-2015
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Why Marum restaurant is special ?
Featuring a winning mix of creative local cuisine, Marum is named after the Moringa, or 'Tree of life' - very appropriate, as customers will be enjoying a fantastic dining experience that helps build a new life for the students in training there!
Marum restaurant brings the best of Friends to Siem Reap. It set in a delightful wooden house with a spacious garden, menu highlights include red tree ant fritters and ginger basil meatballs. There are lots of vegetarian and seafood dishes on the menu, plus some mouthwatering desserts. Part of the Tree Alliance group of training restaurants, the experience is a must.
Must try dish
Stir-fried ants with beef
Ants with different sizes are fried together with ginger, lemon grass, shallots and thinly sliced beef.
- Wonderful place
- Lovely restaurant, great food!
- Great taste of the local cuisine
- Great training restaurant
- Lovely experience
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Medium
- Alcohol YES
- Air condition YES
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card YES
- Serve breakfast NO
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian NO
Marum Restaurant #8A,B Phum Slokram Krong Siem Reap Cambodia
Tips for you
A New Zealand couple in our sixties, my husband and I had a delightful evening at Marum. The setting is very pleasant, the young students keen and eager to please while being carefully but unobtrusively supervised by the teaching staff. The food was beautifully presented and full of flavour. We found the recommendation of 3 tapas between the two of us just perfect, allowing room for dessert. We were particularly pleased to see New Zealand wine available. Thoroughly recommended. Visited September 2015
Visited this training restaurant after hunting around for some local cuisine and we were really pleased. The beef with fire ants was lovely! Rest of the food was certainly memorable too. Good recommendations from their staff and very friendly folks. Lovely decor inside too.
Wonderful restaurant, which still offers an important social service recruting young people from the streets
We visited after seeing a chance mention in a review for a different Siem Reap restaurant, and we're really glad we did. The food was really excellent. We had a fresh water fish soup with wontons and a beef dish. We really enjoyed both, and the creme brulee was wonderful. It was nice to talk to the students and teachers, and they made us feel really welcome. Visited September 2015