Situated in the same shophouse as the hotel, Aha (The Alley, Siem Reap; +855 (0)63 965 501), from the Hôtel de la Paix team, dishes up a range of creative Khmer and European tapas in a Scandi-style room with a tiny open kitchen at its heart.
Respected restaurant Viroth's (246 Wat Bo St, Siem Reap; +855 (0)63 760 774) is a must for elegant Khmer and pan-Asian fare. Nearby sister property, Viroth's Hotel (658 Wat Bo Village, Street 23, Siem Reap; +855 (0)63 761 720) offers classic Cambodian dishes, such as delicate fish amok, in the breezy rooftop restaurant.
The Sugar Palm (Taphul Road, Siem Reap; +855 (0)63 964 838) is a favourite for zesty pomelo salads and Khmer curries, served on the balcony of a traditional timber house.
For Asian-Euro fusion fare in contemporary surrounds, book a table at Abacus Garden Restaurant & Bar (National Road 6, Siem Reap; +855 (0)63 966 156). Globe-trotting tastes include crab, mango and wasabi salad, duck with honey and star anise, and chocolate truffle cake with ginger ice-cream.
Sate Italian cravings at Il Forno (16 The Lane, Siem Reap; +855 (0)92 238 914), where pastas and wood-fired pizzas reign supreme. They home deliver, too, if you fancy in-suite indulgence.
Channeling 1920s Shanghai, Miss Wong Cocktail Bar (The Lane, Siem Reap; +855 (0)92 428 332) is a Sino-chic blend of ruby-red walls, lanterns and carved timber booths. Beat the heat with a tropical fruit cocktail spiked with house-infused vodkas.
For fresh-from-the oven pastries and luscious house-made ice-cream, pop into The Blue Pumpkin (563 Mondol 1, Svay Dang Kum, Siem Reap; +855 (0)63 963 574), a chilled-out space of white day-beds and blonde-wood chairs.