Chrouk Metae Returns for the Holidays

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”

Angkor Chef is ready for Soft-Open

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”

Num Pang Sach Krawg Kroeung

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”

Angkor Chef Makes The Mercury News

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.

Angkor Chef 1st Day in Downtown San Jose

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”