Miss Wong Cock­tail Bar

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Miss Wong is only a few minute stroll from the neon brash­ness of Pub Street in the heart of the Old French Quar­ter of Siem Reap. The cherry-red lanterns sus­pended from the door­way beckon the passers-by to this hid­den gem. You will find your­self back in time for a taste of the vin­tage 1930’s Shang­hai themed Cock­tail Bar.

The de­sign of the in­side is chic and in­spired, em­brac­ing both old and new styles with deep red walls, Chi­nese silk lanterns, lac­quered screens, and dark wood fur­ni­ture. Slip into one of the in­ti­mate leather booths for the bar’s sig­na­ture cock­tail, In­do­chine Mar­tini (vodka, gin­ger-in­fused co­gnac liqueur, and a splash of pineap­ple juice). Next try one of their other ex­otic clas­sic cock­tails made with pre­mium spir­its and lo­cal fruits & spices. Also, be sure to dine on some de­li­cious home­made dim sum, or Chi­nese-fla­vored soups, noo­dles and delicacies.

Miss Wong is a beau­ti­ful, im­pres­sive, and se­duc­tive bar, with tons of am­bi­ence per­fect for ei­ther pre-din­ner drinks, or to drop by after your meal for a night­cap. Ei­ther way, you’ll be min­gling with Siem Reap’s loyal ex­pat crowd, as well as its tourism and hospi­tal­ity com­mu­nity. And al­ways a bit of a party on the weekend.

Open­ing Hours: 6:00 pm – 1:00 am Satur­day Spe­cial: Weekly mu­si­cal treat from the res­i­dent DJ Miss Sakura Boom, who ac­com­pa­nies your ex­quis­ite cock­tails, in­fused gins and dim sum. Din­ing Op­tions: Dim Sum, Hot Pots, Noo­dles & Wok Stir-fries. Lo­ca­tion: Nes­tled in an enig­matic tiny al­ley, that runs par­al­lel 50 me­ters be­hind Pub Street.

Play­ing Ouk (Kh­mer Chess) at the Kh­mer New Year Fes­ti­val at Angkor Wat

The en­trance to Miss Wong

The gor­geous in­te­rior

Web­site: www.miss­wong.net

Dim Sum

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