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* '''Amok''' - Arguably the most well known Cambodian dish. A coconut milk curried dish less spicy than those found in Thailand. Amok is usually made with chicken, fish, or shrimp, plus some vegetables. It is sometimes served in a hollowed-out coconut with rice on the side. Quite delicious.
* '''K'tieu''' (''Kuytheav'') - A noodle soup generally served for breakfast. Can be made with pork, beef or seafood.
* '''Somlah Machou Khmae''' - A sweet and sour soup made with pineapple, tomatoes and fish.
* '''Saik Ch'rouk Cha Kn'yei''' - Pork fried with ginger. Ginger is commonly used as a vegetable. This tasty dish is available just about everywhere.
* '''Lok lak''' - Chopped up
* '''Mi / Bai Chaa''' - Fried noodles or rice. Never particularly inspiring, but a good traveller's staple.
There is also a wide variety of '''fresh fruit''' available from markets. The prices vary according to which fruit is in season but '''mangoes''' (around Khmer New Year, with up to 9 varieties on sale) and '''mangosteen''' (May/June) are both superb.
Other popular Khmer foods which may be less palatable to
== Drink ==