About Us

Our Story

Where It All Began

Located in the heart of Siem Reap in the lively Old Market area, the “Malraux” brasserie has a unique setting that will let you fully enjoy a break between visits to the temples or old Market.

Open from the morning for a hearty breakfast, you can also choose from our full menus for lunch and dinner. Come and discover our French and Khmer specialties in a secret alleyway close to Old Market of Siem Reap, or sit inside on our comfortable couches in our 1930s “Art Nouveau” brasserie.

During the day, indulge yourself at any time with ice-cold cuts or our selection of homemade pastries. Our chef makes a point of using the fresh produce of the market that he carefully selects. In the evening, let yourself be lulled by the jazzy music while tasting, why not, a good Cognac to choose from our old vintages.

Alone, as a couple or as a group, there is no doubt that the unique atmosphere of Malraux and the smile of its staff will make you want to prolong your stay in the city of the temples of Angkor …

And to come back to see us!

So, see you soon,
Christophe and Sokunthea, the merry bosses.

Quality

What We Offer

Daily Menus

Ask one of our waitress to bring you our chalk board with our daily specials.

Fresh Ingredients

Our products are locally sourced, apart the cheese and the wine of course!

Tasty Meals

Our dishes are made with love, you should be able to taste it!

Creative Chefs

We create special dishes just for you depending on our daily arrivals!

Authentic Cuisine

Inspired by authentic french and traditional khmer cuisine it can’t get more authentic!

Top Shelf Liquors

Check out our top shelf bottles, you won’t find these anywhere else in town!

Video History

Our Previous Restaurant Location

Hours of Operation

MON – SUN

7:00 am – 11:00 pm

Le Malraux Friends

 
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