Luu Meng, Cambodia’s master chef, in action
Learning to prepare and cook Cambodian food is becoming more and more popular amongst visitors to the country. Returning home with some of the secrets of tantalizing Khmer fare is a great way to remember your trip to the Kingdom of Wonder. Hanuman can offer a variety of opportunities to receive expert tuition from the likes of Cambodia’s top chef, Luu Meng at one of Phnom Penh’s best restaurants, Malis, or a cooking class in Siem Reap that follows in the footsteps of the famous and infamous television chefs that have passed through Cambodia on their global culinary journeys. There are a number of other options to get immersed into the world of Cambodian food, just ask the Hanuman team for details. In the picture above, Luu Meng is putting on a food demonstration in the grounds of the Amarak Organic Garden, just fifteen minutes from Phnom Penh, where great food goes hand in hand with healthy and natural organic farming methods.

Travel Channel Host Samantha Brown Cooks With Luu Meng

Monday, April 9th, 2012
Hanuman looked after popular Travel Channel host Samantha Brown on her journey through Cambodia for the Passport to Asia series. See the highlights of her trip on the Hanuman Travel TV Youtube Channel.

The show includes a cooking class with Cambodia’s leading chef Luu Meng at Malis Restaurant. You can follow in her footsteps and join Luu Meng for a celebrity cooking class as one of Hanuman’s original range of unique experiences. See them prepare the food in the state of the art Malis kitchen before enjoying the fruits of their labour in the leafy garden. Malis remains one of the definitive dining destinations in the Cambodian capital for authentic Khmer recipes. The show ends with Samantha enjoying an original Hanuman Beach Safari, another of the video clips that you can find on Hanuman Travel TV.
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