Miss Wong in
The Heart of Siem Reap

Imagine a flurry of colour, a hushed murmur, a whiff of incense.

Then imagine stepping into Miss Wong, the most popular Cocktail Bar in Siem Reap’s late-night scene.

Unlike the hectic tourist bars that line the popular “Pub Street” Miss Wong is an intimate cocktail lounge located down a small lane in the central bar and restaurant district, Miss Wong is characteristic of the speakeasies of the roaring 20’s or todays chic hideaway bars of Melbourne, Bangkok and Hongkong.

Miss Wong I Cocktail Bar - Siem Reap, Cambodia

Signature Cocktails & Master Blend Infusions

On the cocktail list you’ll find the classics with an Asian influence, an impressive range of home infusions and hard to find small batch gins & vodkas.

Home-Style Chinese Cooking

The dinning room offers an array of hand crafted dim sum, clay hot-pots, mini wok stir-fries, noodle soups, duck pancakes and steamed pork filled buns. The premise is Chinese home-style cooking inspired and fine-tuned by BBC master chef Ken Hom.

Signature Cocktails & Master Blend Infusions

On the cocktail list you’ll find the classics with an Asian influence, an impressive range of home infusions and hard to find small batch gins & vodkas.

Home-Style Chinese Cooking

The dinning room offers an array of hand crafted dim sum, clay hot-pots, mini wok stir-fries, noodle soups, duck pancakes and steamed pork filled buns. The premise is Chinese home-style cooking inspired and fine-tuned by BBC master chef Ken Hom.

Miss Wong is a place where old meets new

Miss Wong is the creation of the award-winning radio journalist, Dean Williams. The New Zealander says he is providing a quiet and refined place to drink, where customers feel like they are getting a quality product and personalized service.

“I wanted a place where people could chat and not be drowned out by loud music, a place where customers feel like they are away from the hustle,”Dean says.

Miss Wong I Cocktail Bar - Siem Reap, Cambodia

Events & Music

The sound of Miss Wong has been hand picked with love by our resident DJ Sakura Boom, A passionate music lover and record collector. Her varied lounge sets at Miss Wong defy genres
uniting music from all over the globe.

Concierge.com’s Insider Take

For sophisticated atmosphere and classic cocktails, you need only stroll 50 yards west of Siem Reap’s noisy Pub Street to find this stylish boîte. Named for a popular post-war portrait by the late South African artist, Vladimir Tretchikoff, Miss Wong seems lifted from 1930s Shanghai, with apple-red walls, Chinese lanterns, and dark wood furniture. The Singapore Sling quotes the original Raffles Hotel recipe, though the bar’s signature Indochine martini (vodka, ginger-infused cognac liqueur, and a splash of pineapple juice) is a thoroughly modern tipple. The top-shelf booze and friendly banter supplied by owner Dean Williams, who’s also a radio journalist, draws a loyal expat crowd.

By Christopher Cox
For Condé Nast Traveler and Concierge.com, 28 December 2008

Only a couple of minutes’ walk from the neon brashness of Pub Street, Siem Reap’s main nightlife strip, Miss Wong seems worlds away. Named after a painting by Vladimir Tretchikoff, the tiny bar is dripping in 1930s Shanghai style, with its deep red walls, silk lanterns and dark wooden furniture. Cocktails and conversation are the order of the day (or night) here, both to be enjoyed in the luxurious booths. The signature Indochine Martini, with vodka, ginger cognac and pineapple juice is a heady and sophisticated pleasure.

By Rupert Winchester
Writer, author and broadcaster, CNN Travel Website

Red Lantern District

With a name like Pub Street, you won’t have any trouble finding Siem Reap’s prime night-life drag. But if beer girls, big-screen TVs and $3 pitchers aren’t your style, head a block north to Miss Wong (the Lane; 855-92-428-332) for a taste of vintage Shanghai. The cherry-red lantern that dangles from the doorway beckons passers-by. Inside, slip into one of the intimate leather booths for an Indochine Martini, a mixture of vodka, ginger cognac and fresh pineapple juice ($4.50).

By Naomi Lindt
New York Times Review