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Amok Restaurant, found on Windsor’s Chapel Street on the stretch between Union and Green Street, is bringing Cambodian cuisine to the forefront of Melbourne’s varied Asian dining scene. Chef Woody Chet is proud of his Khmer heritage and gladly shares it with diners through his innovative cuisine. You won’t find anyone running amok in this kitchen – chef Chet and his team have everything totally under control. Amok Restaurant is open every day of the week for dinner, so drop by when you’re looking for a Southeast Asian dining experience unlike any other.
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Amazing food and vibe! We ordered Chef Recommendation and all the courses were with high quality and super yummy! We love them so much. Highly recommended!!
What a little gem this restaurant is! Such superb food, both in flavour and presentation, also with ample vegetarian options. The staff are very friendly and service is prompt. We can’t wait to go back.
Delicious flavours! So fresh and tangy. Everything was divine. We did the chefs sharing menu and was so filling!
With the kitchen run by acclaimed chef Woody Chet, you know you’re in for a superb meal at Melbourne’s Amok Restaurant. Having won numerous awards – Most Outstanding Apprentice Chef at the Australian Culinary Federation’s Fine Foods Cooking Competition, for example – and many other accolades, Chet is at the top of his game in the culinary world. The kitchen crew at this Windsor restaurant invites you to try a plate of amok, a Cambodian national dish that’s made by steam-cooking a curry in banana leaves (usually with coconut milk and galangal). It’s simply incredible!
Amok Restaurant in Melbourne’s Windsor allows guests to choose from a list of a la carte options or a chef’s sharing menu – a selection of chef Chet’s favourite dishes – for two people. Enjoy small dishes like BBQ pork bun with pickled daikon and chili jam, or go for big plates like the classic fish amok, Cambodian duck curry, or the innovative compressed pork belly with crumbed oxtail, grilled chili eggplant, cauliflower puree and a reduced black Kampot pepper sauce. Try Cambodian cuisine at its very best – reserve at Amok Restaurant on Chapel Street for a taste of Khmer culture and cuisine.
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