Top 5 Japanese Restaurant in Phnom Penh (Base on Jongnhams Top View)

Phnom Penh is considered as the fighting marketing place in Cambodia and one of the hottest unique restaurant to attract the customers with tasty foods, great service with an affordable price in the city.

In this list, we have sorted out of Japanese Restaurant in Phnom Penh where you can enjoy the tasty Japanese food in Cambodia. This list is based on the view from their customer in Jongnhams Website.

1. Ajisen Ramen

Ajisen Ramen

Ajisen Ramen is one of the most popular Japan-based chains of fast food restaurants which currently has over 400 represented franchise worldwide such as Japan, Australia, Canada, China, Guam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea Thailand, and the United States.

Ajisen Ramen

Ajisen Ramen

It has finally made its way to Cambodia for the first time ready to serve you its finest noodle soup in town. Each bowl of Ajisen Ramen is guaranteed fresh made and approved by Quality Control (QC). They want to bring to you not only delicious but also hygiene, convenient, tasty and healthy noodles which will redefine the dining experience.

2. Mo-Mo-Paradise

Mo-Mo-Paradise

Named #1 “Shabu-Shabu Brand in Asia” Mo Mo Paradise (aka Mo Mo) is one of The top popular hotpot brands in Japan. From a humble restaurant nested in Shinjuku. Tokyo in 1993 today Mo Mo has been growing its brand to all over Japan as well as other Asian countries such as Taiwan, China, Thailand, Shanghai, Vietnam, Indonesia, and even the United States.

Mo-Mo-Paradise

Mo-Mo-Paradise

One of Mo Mo’s Signature recipes that are favored by their guests from around the world is their soups (Shabu-Shabu & Sukiyaki) & sauces (Ponzu & Gomadare) which are extracted from natural ingredients in Japan.

In 2016, Mo Mo Paradise opens its first restaurant in Cambodia through a Master Franchise to ELITE FOOD Co.Ltd.

3. Himonoya – ហ៊ីម៉ូណូយ៉ា កម្ពុជា

 Himonoya - ហីុម៉ូណូយ៉ា កម្ពុជា

Himono refers to fishes that are sun-dried across the fishing villages of Japan. As a result, these fishes have a longer shelf life and a more chewy texture. Its natural savory taste from the sun-drying is much loved by local Japanese.

 Himonoya - ហីុម៉ូណូយ៉ា កម្ពុជា

 Himonoya - ហីុម៉ូណូយ៉ា កម្ពុជា

Himonoya has been starting their restaurant in Cambodia since 2015.

4. Marugame Udon

Marugame Udon
Udon is a kind of Japanese noodle which is made from wheat flour salt and water. The size of udon is bigger than ramen with different taste as well. Udon is one of the most popular food for Japanese and it also good for our health because there will be no chemical for keeping it in a long time.

Marugame Udon

Marugame Udon

Marugame was originally created in Japan in 2000 and with the strong support from more and more customer, they have expanded the business to more than 700 branches in Japan and over 200 more in other countries such as Korea, China, USA, Russia, Australia, Hongkong, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam and have arrived in Cambodia in 14th November 2015. They have a strong passion to be loved by more and more people in the area.

Marugame Udon

Please enjoy their taste-friendly atmosphere and local self-service style of Sanuki Area “Udon most famous area in Japan”

5. Sushi Tei

Sushi Tei
Sushi Tei – Where pristine culinary skills and incisive expertise with an innate appreciation of nature come together to inspire and enhance the experience of true Japanese dining.

Sushi Tei

Sushi Tei

They present an assortment of scrumptious and creatively designed Japanese gastronomy – appealing to the delight of aficionados of Japanese cuisine. Their menu features Japanese offerings and innovative dishes illustrating the emerging influence of Asia on modern Japanese cuisine. A revolving selection of appetizer, dinner, sushi specials guarantee a new experience with each visit to their restaurant outlets.

Sushi Tei

Sushi Tei

With also the modest and unassuming homegrown Japanese restaurant chain, it is by no revelation that we conform to an open-kitchen concept that allows their patrons the prerogative to relish the mouth-watering savories amidst the gazing of the culinary skills of the restaurants’ chefs.

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