Excited to announce our new extended hours and open on Saturdays!
We are excited to serve Traditional Khmer food paired with our favorite wines from Dancing Crow Vineyards!
Cambodian curry with natural sweet and sour from pineapple, lemongrass paste, coconut cream, greens, and Thai basil. Contains fish and shellfish.
Angkor Chef restaurant along with Angkor sauces and spices featured in the San Jose Mercury News Eat Drink Play section as one of a dozen recommended great gift ideas for the holiday season!
Black Friday sale prices good through Tuesday, November 28. Lemongrass Paste Thnot Sugar Salted Kampot Pepper
Tender strips of steak served with a popular Cambodian steak sauce, Tuk Prahok (prahok, roasted garlic and chili pepper, fresh herbs, spices, eggplant, lime juice). Served. with steamed rice. Contains fish. Medium spiciness
This absolutely delicious soup has a deep rich flavor with lots of veggies, perfect on a cold or rainy day. The soup’s base is prahok and lemongrass (kroeung) with just the right amount of tamarind for natural sourness. Served with steamed rice.
Customers have been asking, so we’re bringing back Chrouk Metae for the holiday season! The Angkor family recipe for Cambodian Chrouk Metae, or chili paste, balances spiciness with the rich flavor of red chili, making it a perfect accompaniment to traditional Cambodian food or fusion dishes. The Angkor Chrouk Metae boasts the full-bodied umami flavorContinue reading “Chrouk Metae Returns for the Holidays”
Located at 86 S. 1st St. San Jose, CAOpen for lunch M-F 11-3
Angkor Chef is now available for dine-in lunch with our full menu but limited seating. We first opened 2 weeks ago with a private party request for 16; now have 6 more seats and continue to expand each day to 50 seats. This gradual growth allows us to perfect our service for our walk-in guests.Continue reading “Angkor Chef is ready for Soft-Open”
A favorite dessert for Cambodians in the Fall season with Kabocha squash, pearl tapioca, Thnot palm sugar and coconut cream. Click for recipe
Cambodian catering prepared with care by Angkor Chef.
Cambodia’s National Dish; catfish fillets marinated in Lemongrass, sweet chili powder, coconut cream and egg. Baked in a handmade banana leaf bowl. Served with steamed rice.
Shredded green mango, tossed with prawns, Thai basil, and house sauce.
Angkor Chef along with 47 other restaurants is excited to participate in SJ Dine Downtown July 13 – 23! #DTSJ, #DineDowntownSJ, #DTSJLove and #dtsjopen Dine Downtown is being promoted through SJDA’s (San Jose Downtown Association) marketing and communications channels and media and marketing partners.
Chef Channy is one of the 5 Bay Area chefs selected to provide food at this year’s Family Day on Angel Island! For this special event, Chef Channy is serving Num Pang Sach Krawg Kroeung (lemongrass Chicken Sausage accompanied by fresh crunchy green papaya salad in a freshly baked baguette).
Lemongrass Chicken Sausage accompanied by fresh crunchy green papaya salad in a freshly baked baguette – Available in the SF Bay Area on Shef and catering engagements. This sandwich is shows some French-influence in Cambodian cuisine. Num Pang (in Khmer) or Banh Mi (in Vietnamese) means French Bread or baguette. Sach Krawg Kroeung means LemongrassContinue reading “Num Pang Sach Krawg Kroeung”
Mild curry flavor with smooth broth and robust lemongrass aroma in every bite. Your choice of chicken or vegan (tofu).
We are thrilled to see both Angkor Food and Angkor Chef mentioned in the article. You can tell that Linda Zavoral (the reporter) is very interested in Khmer cuisine and culture. https://www.mercurynews.com/2023/05/30/san-jose-5-restaurants-french-vietnamese-mexican-cambodian-and-more-taking-over-key-downtown-spots/?clearUserState=true
Angkor Chef has been cooking Cambodian food for the Silicon Valley community for more than two years. Many thanks to our supporters, we are now in our new location in downtown Jose where we offer the same delicious food that is true and unique to Khmer culture. Today is our first day operating in thisContinue reading “Angkor Chef 1st Day in Downtown San Jose”