Unless requested, we do not usually include meals in our prices. This way, lunches and dinners remain as flexible as possible, and you won’t be forced to down another plate of rice when what you are really hankering for is a steak and chips!
Nevertheless, your guide will be on hand at all times to help arranging meals, suggesting dishes and making orders. We usually eat at small Khmer restaurants which have reasonable prices and whose menu we’ve tested. There are many excellent Khmer dishes that only the locals know about, and freshly caught fish in most areas. Provincial capitals visited by tourists usually have a number of restaurants selling Western food aswell.
Some of our trips involve staying in small villages with no restaurants. In these cases, we will arrange for a family to prepare a meal for us. When staying in the jungle, we stock up on food in the previous village or town and take it with us.