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Food and drink in Phnom Penh

The Royal Palace's glimmering spires, the fluttering saffron of monks' robes and the mighty Mekong River - Cambodia's capital is Asia at its most alluring. We suggest the best spots to eat, drink and sleep here.

EATING

Boat Noodle THAI FUSlON£

(00 855 12 774 287; 57 Samdech Sothearos Blvd)

This long-running Thai-Khmer restaurant has some of the best-value regional dishes in town. Choose from the contemporary space at the front or a traditional wooden house behind. There are delicious noodle soups and lots of local specialities, ranging from fish cakes to spicy curries.

Chinese House FUSION £££

(chinesehouse.asia; 45 Sisowath Quay, cnr St 84)

Housed in one of the city's true colonial-era masterpieces, Chinese House's menu promises contemporary Asian flavours, such as black king fish with marinated squid, honey-mustard dressing and crispy baby potatoes, plus affordable and delicious East-meets-West tapas.

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In the November issue… follow an ancient pilgrim trail through Japan's forested hills; pick from the best of Bruges on a mini-break; feel the change in the seasons at one of nine atmospheric autumn escapes; set out from Denver's emerging neighbourhoods into the heart of the Rockies on a Great Escape to Colorado; step aboard five of Europe's greatest train journeys; and much more