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Siem Reap II

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Siem Reap II is located at Asian Civilisations Museum (Acm II) and serves Indonesian Food.

Daily: 11:00 - 23:00

+65 63387596
$65 based on 13 submissions
Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (6 votes), View/Scenery (6 votes), Dinner (5 votes)
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Great Alfresco dining. Great location

There was variety in food menu, but slightly on the high side (because of location). Drinks menu was half decent. Service could have been warmer.
Great location for whiling the time away by Singapore River.

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• 05 May 2013 • 46 reviews • 0 follower

Great Alfresco dining. Great location

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There was variety in food menu, but slightly on the high side (because of location). Drinks menu was half decent. Service could have been warmer.
Great location for whiling the time away by Singapore River.
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• 24 Sep 2012 • 1 review • 0 follower

Terrible.

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I had lunch there last Thursday. I ordered Yam Pak Nam which I assumed was a Thai style salad. What came out was an average salad smothered in mayonaise. I told the staff that it was awful and was told that "the mayonaise is made with egg". I said that mayonaise is not a traditional asian condiment and was told that the dish is very popular. I gave up and said that Macdonalds has similar food.
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• 03 Mar 2012 • 155 reviews • 2 followers

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I don't think the food here is authentic vietnamese cuisine; probably adapted to suit local tastebuds.

That is not to say I did not enjoy my duck pho which came in a sweet, dark broth and tender duck meat. I loved it. The meat was not tough at all and came easily off the bone plus the stock was so rich with a strong asian flavour.

For appetisers, the beef cubes are good. I think they're beef cubes...

My uncle said the oysters were very fresh and I think the table enjoyed the beef pho as well.

All in all, if you want a nice dinner by the Singapore River, under the night sky and having a meal al fresco in the gentle breeze, this is a good place. You'd have to pay for what you get though.

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