Fans of French food can now rejoice in the new free flow lunch special at all Khema eateries. Both venues of the French-style restaurant and gourmet-deli, Khema, has launched a new lunch promotion during weekdays for the busy professionals looking for a satisfying meal.
The promotion was inspired by their popular ongoing free-flow breakfast and after a successful trial of a similar deal promoting French week. Many of the ingredients are sourced internationally from France and are used to create homemade dishes inspired from french traditional cuisine.
Gourmet enthusiasts can choose from an assortment of appetizers, main dishes and desserts from a special menu for a cost of $15 ++ per person ($17.66 net). The savory homemade pate of Pork Terrine in a pie crust and the delicate Pan Fried Sea Bream are already a new favorite for Phnom Penh diners. There is also more choices such as some hearty beef stew provencal or a daring mushroom ravioli and a light Floating Island in Creme Anglaise, but the creme de la creme of sweets, is the dreamy Chocolate Hazelnut Tart sprinkled in gold flakes.
If the photos don’t tempt you to run the the nearest Khema for lunch, then worry not. The menu selection is changed every two weeks, and is planned in accordance with the seasons of Cambodia says Thalias Hospitality group’s Céline Troeung. “Khema is the place to be for lunch.”
Khema has established itself as a popular French venue alongside its sister restaurants Malis and Topaz under the Thalias Hospitality Group since they opened on the ground floor of the Arunreas Hotel on Street 51. Their recent addition of a second venue in Phnom Penh’s Post Office Square has also attracted a crowd with its charming renovated late-18th century building complete with skylight and private rooms.