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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: Khéma’s weekday Free Flow Business Lunch is simply a genuinely great deal offering some of the finest French cooking in town for just $15 net for up to 30 different dishes! Perhaps it is one of the greatest lunch deals in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap.

Beautifully presented and served as always, the menu change every week, highlighting some of the classics from our à la carte, with some new additions to keep a spring in our chefs’ steps.

On the menu this week, take your pick from a dozen of starters, including chicken liver paté, classic French onion soup, Chef’s salad with white ham and Emmental cheese, or Eggs Mimosa with fresh homemade mayonnaise. As many mains, including a mouthwatering grilled lemon garlic marinated chicken breast served with steamed potatoes, creamy spinach cannelloni or the classic pork scaloppini alla milanese with spaghetti. For dessert don’t skip the pithiviers pie made with puff pastry and stuffed with sweet almond filling We don’t think we need to say any more about that.

Make sure to ask what’s on the menu next time you, with friends or associates or simply yourself, drop in, for a one in a kind lunch experience.

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