Sector: Hospitality & Entertainment
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Wind of change @ Open Wine
The wine is carefully selected, the food is as generous as delicious and lovingly prepared, waiters are friendly... no doubt, you are at Open Wine!
Opened 11 years ago, this charming French restaurant now evolves to delight more our taste buds. A new decoration, more welcoming and convivial makes you feel like sitting in a Parisian brasserie during the casy years…or rather a Toulousaine one.
Indeed, the menu has also changed for the best, with a focus on the gastronomic cuisine from the Southwest of France: foie gras, cote de boeuf, escargots, cassoulet, preserved duck …all tasty home-cooked dishes accompanied with French breadcoming from its own bakery. The meat also comes from its own qualitative butchery, cut and maturated at perfection.
Despite all its attractive assets, the price/quality/ambiance ratio is great. For instance, homemade Cassoulet – one of the new dish to not be missed - with a glass of red wine, will only cost you $23 for dinner.
If you do not have a big appetite, you can still share tapas (i.e. cold cuts and cheese platter) with a glass of wine, while enjoying the lounge music outside. The large terrace will enable you to appreciate the green garden.
To sum up, with fresh products, homemade recipes and an ideal location, this exotic place ( behind the Royal palace) will allow you to get away and fell in the South-West of France without leaving Phnom Penh!
012 777 486
Co-owner and chef
097 6107 766
Mr. Philippe VEECKMANS
Philippe Veeckmans has dedicated himself to the tourism sector in Asia for the past 26 years. Based in Cambodia since 2005, he has worked on founding a quality production tool (including Open-Wine Restaurant, and since 2020 Brussels restaurant) that respects the environment in which it finds itself and cares for its members, a place where transmission of know-how is one of our most cherished values. As an entrepreneur, former vice-president of the CCIFC and current vice-president of the Benelux Chapter of Eurocham, he is dedicated in promoting the tourism sector in Cambodia, including the hospitality sector.