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ASEAN Meeting Gala Dinner

It was a real honour for Thalias Hospitality to cater for the ASEAN Meeting Gala Dinner on August 4th 2022. The event was attended by more than a dozen foreign ministers including U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Japan’s Yoshimasa Hayashi, and senior diplomats of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).

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Khéma Flatiron Ready to Rise

This August, Khéma Restaurant is proudly opening its doors in the landmark Flatiron by Meridian building to the west of Phnom Penh train station. It’s taken more than expected (thank you Covid) but on the first day of August Khéma Flatiron finally opened its doors to the general public: a brand new Khéma venue, with...

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The Art of Camembert

“Muftis and bishops should be like ripe camembert cheeses – a bit on the nose and not for the faint-hearted, but memorable!” Michael Leunig It was over half a century ago, 1966 that the then French President, General and Statesman Charles de Gaulle made his famous speech at Olympic Stadium in Phnom Penh, in front...

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Domaine Aymard Intemporel Rouge

Nestled in the foothills of Mount Ventoux, on the south-easternmost fringes of the Rhone Valley wine region; the vineyards of Ventoux are higher and cooler than those of its more famous neighbours. The Beast Mont Ventoux; for the world’s most famous cyclists its name is legend, “The Beast of Provence”, a will-sapping, heart-breaking, soul-destroying stage...

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Khéma Croissants — Put a Smile on your Day

At GO Artisan Bakery, we pride ourselves on making a pure butter croissant that brings together all the rich, buttery silkiness, the fabulous flakiness, and rich flavour that the best croissants deliver Buttery puff pastry, lightly crisp on the outside, meltingly soft and slightly chewy on the inside with a silkiness that comes from the...

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To Bon Appétit or not to Bon Appétit

The gastronomic meal of the French is a customary social practice for celebrating important moments in the lives of individuals and groups, such as births, weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, achievements and reunions. It is a festive meal bringing people together for an occasion to enjoy the art of good eating and drinking During its fifth session,...

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Kampong Speu: Palm Sugar and a Cambodian Tradition

Palm sugar has a strong bond with Cambodia and is the livelihood of farmers in Kampong Speu while showing its economic potential in the international market. Despite this significance, the issues of labor shortages and land development could lead to its disappearance. Kampong Speu is famous for many things, such as ecotourism destinations, the tallest...

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Il Mangera le Riche – Révolution and Food

Nothing would be more tiresome than eating and drinking if God had not made them a pleasure as well as a necessity Voltaire Fête Nationale Française, (known as Bastille Day) is France’s ‘National Day’, the anniversary of the storming of the Bastille on 14 July 1789, which was a major event in the French Revolution....

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What is this Famous Soupe Élysée aux Truffes VGE?

The legend of the famous truffle soup was born in 1975 February 25, when French president Valéry Giscard D’Estaing promoted Paul Bocuse to Chevalier de la Légion d’Honneur (the highest decoration in France). For that occasion, the father of French gastronomy was asked to prepare a special meal and one of the dishes he decided...

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Free Flow Business Lunch at Khema

Beautifully presented and served as always, the menu highlight some of the classics from our à la carte, with some new additions to keep a spring in our chefs’ steps. Perhaps one of the greatest lunch deals in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap It’s not just because we’re saying it that we think it’s true:...

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Khmer Cuisine and Wine

Khmer cuisine is one of the world’s oldest living cuisines and one of the most resilient on the planet. Pairing wine with Khmer cuisine can be fun and can bring a great deal of enjoyment and satisfaction, although certain accepted wine pairing norms must and can be successfully abandoned Spices are often exquisite in quality,...

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Wine Uby Dooby

For 3 generations, François Morel and his team have been working to give a human, environmental and sustainable orientation to the Uby estate. Located in the Gers, it takes its name from the stream that runs through the property’s land The Little Pond Terrapin The European Pond Turtle (Emys orbicularis), is a little freshwater turtle...

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Cambodia’s Young Chefs Emerging Talents

Adapted from an article in Cambodge Mag The Young Talents Escoffier Competition is part of a global network and has become one of the most prestigious and important competitions for young culinary and front-of-house talents On 19 June, the Academy of Culinary Arts Cambodia hosted its third Disciples Escoffier Cambodia Young Talents Competition with four chefs...

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Celebrate French National Day at Khéma

This year celebrate July 14th in French style with our Blue-White-Red buffet at Khéma Bastille Day is the common name in English-speaking countries for the celebration of the national day of France. In French, it is formally called Fête nationale française, ergo, Bastille Day is France’s most important holiday. Today, Bastille Day embodies the storied legacy...

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French-Cambodian Business Forum underscores France’s economic interest in Cambodia

By Harrison White for the cambodiainvestmentreview.com The French business community in Cambodia is preparing to showcase over 250 companies to French business owners and investors as the French government’s foreign policy calls for more bilateral trade and investment in the Indo-Pacific. The two-day event organized by the French Cambodian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the French Foreign Trade...

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