- Lunch: Tues – Fri 12am – 2pm
- Dinner: Tues – Sat 5.30pm – 9pm
- Private Functions
- Private Parties
- Payment Types: EFTPOS, Visa
- Price Range: Moderate, $15 - $25
- Dress Code: Casual
- Alcohol: None
- Seating for: up to 135
- BYO/Corkage: BYO, Corkage Charge
- Parking: Pay & Display
- Good For Groups: Yes
- Good For Children: Yes
- Takeaways: Yes
- Delivers: No
- Takes Reservations: Yes
- Dietary Restrictions: Vegetarian, Halal, Gluten-free
- Wheelchair Accessible: No
- Outdoor Seating: No
- Meals: Lunch, Dinner
- Wi-Fi: None
SAN Restaurant is an Authentic Cambodian Restaurant
11 Reviews for SAN Restaurant
We had a gluten free person with us and there were quite a few options. They changed our entree platter to all rice paper rolls and the spring rolls and samosas contained gluten and that was their initiative so I really appreciated that. Also in seeing those standard super market bought deep fryable little samosas and spring rolls going out to tables I was double pleased.
I had a seafood satay dish which I really enjoyed. It wasn’t a big meal though and if it had been full price (I was there using a Deal Voucher) I would have thought it on the small side. All in all though this dish was good with a nice flavour and everything tasted like it was cooked well.
My friend had the Cambodian Pancake the vegetarian option. This was a huge disappointment. The meat version comes with minced chicken (which didn’t appeal to either of us) but the vegetarian version was simply an eggy pancake with a tiny pile of mung beans inside. We were lucky we got the satay as we could pop a few veges inside to make it worth eating.
The service was good, they checked back on us and our food didn’t take long to come out it is just a shame the second meal was so flavourless and boring. The space itself is lovely though it does get very loud so if you go I would request an upstairs table (it was fully booked last night) or the front window table.
Warning – They don’t appear to sell alcohol, so BYO.
The portion sizes are generous and the food is definitely a cut above most of its competitors. I can vouch that the Bai Char (Cambodian fried rice), Satay Pork Spare Ribs and Ginger chicken meals are great and the San Platter is not a bad little starter either.
I will certainly be back to try for a few more lunches/dinners to try the rest of the items on the menu.
Hope I see you there – perhaps we can split some Khmer rice rolls and a warm beef salad??