Daily: 11:00 - 23:00
Siem Reap II is located at Asian Civilisations Museum (Acm II) and serves Indonesian Food.
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.
We have chosen to dine there mainly for its beautiful ambience with a panoramic view of the Singapore river after visiting the Asian Civilisations Museum. The evening went on great with the nice service and generally good food and wine. The soup of our Pho was clear and tasty, the beef slice and beef balls weren’t too bad, the shrimp rice rolls and veg spring rolls were good and the salad was satisfactory too.
Ambience: Outdoor ambience was fantastic. Our table was so close to the Singapore River. The evening time was great, the orangey clouds plus the colourful lighting makes this place such a beautiful place for a first date. Food: Pho Xin Peuai (Served with noodle, beef ball and meat. The soap was deliciously fragrant). Bun Bo Xao (A dry version of beef noodle. The meat was a little mushy), Yam Pak Nam (House Salad. Nothing fantastic.), Goi Cuon (Very bland. The sauce does not go well with the prawn rice roll.) Service: helpful and always eager to go the extra mile in terms of arranging for toddler chairs and arranging tables so that our group of 9 can sit together.
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.