Authentic Cambodian Cuisine By SPRMRKT Cambodia Along Robertson Quay From Now Till 31 Mar

Ever wanted to taste Cambodian food in Singapore but find it difficult due to the lack of places? Don’t worry, because SPRMRKT Cambodia is bringing Cambodian cuisine to you. From now till 31 March 2019, you can enjoy an authentic Cambodian experience along Robertson Quay.

Ranging from traditional street food to exquisite fine dining, be prepared to be transported onto the streets of Siem Reap, Cambodia, without splurging on air tickets!

Pou By The River 1

I was invited to one of the events, Pou By The River which happened on 25 January 2019, where I was treated to a Cambodian street food feast!

Pou By The River 2

I was recommended the Trey Aarng (S$16), which is a grilled mackerel dish. The taste of it is exactly similar to the Japanese dish Saba Shioyak with a hint of teriyaki flavour to it. It was grilled perfectly and we enjoyed every bit of it.

Pou By The River 3

Up next was Nam Banh Chok With Chicken Curry (S$10). It is a rice vermicelli dish garnished with beansprouts and corriander leaves, mixed with chicken curry. To draw comparisons to a local dish, it tasted like laksa with a thinner broth.

Pou By The River has ended, but fret not, because there are more upcoming events held by SPRMRKT Cambodia which are listed below:

Love Never Felt So Good (14 & 15 February 2019)

Organised by EGBOK and Spoons, guest can indulge in a six-course Valentine’s Day set dinner. The highlights include Kor Ko Soup, which is a traditional Cambodian stirring stew with toasted IBIS rice and Sovannak palm sugar; and pan-seared duck breast glazed in a La Plantation Kampot peppercorn orange sauce.

All-Girl, All-Khmer (8 & 9 March 2019)

Dedicated to International Women’s Day, All-Girl, All-Khmer celebrates the empowerment of women in today’s society. Helmed by an all-women chef team, be treated to a seven-course gastronomic menu! Notable dishes include grilled duck on IBIS brown rice served with lemongrass and turmeric green kako sauce.

Cuisine Wat Damnak (29 & 30 March 2019)

Saving the best for last, here’s your chance to try dishes by renowned chef Joannès Rivière, the chef behind Cuisine Wat Damnak. Cuisine Wat Damnak is the only Cambodian restaurant to earn a spot on prestigious Asia’s 50 Best Restaurant List. Your tummy is definitely in good hands with chef Rivière around. 

SPRMRKT Cambodia will regale you with a plethora of delectable Cambodian cuisines and rich culture. So what are you waiting for? Grab your kakis and your family along for this exciting event!

Dates & Times: Now till 31 March 2019 (food events on various days, refer to Facebook page for more info)

Prices: Refer to Facebook page for more information

Price: $


41 Robertson Quay, Singapore, 238236



41 Robertson Quay, Singapore, 238236