We stopped by the Blue Pumpkin twice; the first time was just for sweets and the second time was for lunch. They have a large selection of pastries and gelato, and the gelato you can get in a lot of unique tropical flavors. We got mango and jackfruit; mango is always delicious, and jackfruit was a very mild but unique flavor and is perfect on a hot Cambodian day!
Day 3 of templing consisted mostly of exploring Angkor Thom, a walled city comprising many different temples and other statues and structures. By day 3, the heat was definitely taking a toll on us, and we were all starting to get templed out. Turns out 3- half days is a good number to sufficiently see a lot of temples without going crazy, though it would be better to stretch those three days out over a week's time.
This place was pretty cool because it offered cooking classes, we didn't end up doing that but the food was good so I'd definitely recommend someone to try the class.
I got fried chicken with lemongrass and bok choy. Somehow I expected something a little different but was happily surprised with what I got. I already love lemongrass and bok choy! The chicken wasn't overly breaded and deep fried; it was thin and tender and they used lots of butter to make this an awesome dish.
Katherine & Bradley
Two engineers with a passion for food and travel! Join us as we eat our way through the world!