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11 Jun 2020

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The newcomers who will fill your stomach and leave you happy

The newcomers who will fill your stomach and leave you happy

It’s not a secret for anyone: we like to eat in the Vieux! Here's a tantalizing glimpse of places to discover.

LOAM

Among the recent openings in the district, LOAM is right on time for the picnic season. A few steps from the Bonsecours market, this wine bar is a place made to taste, share and discuss in a friendly atmosphere. The cuisine is made up of seasonal products sourced from local producers.

© Photo Credit LOAM

TOUK

Located inside Parliament, Touk, the new ephemeral project initiated by chef Chanthy Yen, in collaboration with Kevin Demers, offers a simple yet tasty menu with delicious Cambodian flavours. In addition, kill two birds with one stone by getting one of the Coldroom pre-mixed cocktails kit. The only thing you need is to add your favourite alcohol.

© Photo Credit Touk

APEROTOGO

There is no need to ask too many questions when the apéro strikes since Apérotogo takes care of everything! This new initiative from Hambar turns your no-fuss happy hour into a culinary experience whether you come to pick it up or you get it delivered. Good to know, you now have access to the Hambar's cellar!

© Photo Credit Apérotogo | Hambar

To rediscover

OLIVE AND GOURMANDO

You can now order over the phone or pass by form by O+G for take out. Choose your dreamiest sandwiches, desserts, granolas, drinks from window 1 and receive it from window 2. Note that in addition to the delightful cookbook, it is now possible to take home a bottle of wine from their selection! Psst: They are also featured in the Netflix series Somebody feeds Phil!

© Photo Credit Olive et Gourmando

DANDY

The magnificent Dandy’s counter is open again for our greatest pleasure from Thursday to Sunday! If you want to taste the creations of Michael and his talented team, simply call or go there to choose dishes brimming with freshness and comfort in any season.

© Photo Credit Mickael Bandassak