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The Pub Street in Siem Reap is not spectacular. You'll find a lot of quite expensive and loud bars, a few clubs and some very expensive low quality restaurants. Our group of seven friends wandered around Pub Street, and I was way out of my comfort zone. It didn't feel unsafe or scary - just a bit noisy, youthful, and touristy, with overpriced food, understrength drinks and tourist-oriented attractions.
If I wanted Kuta, I would have gone to Bali. We walked up and down Pub Street, the variety of food, music, karaoke, drinks and atmosphere was fantastic.
We went to a bar sorry can't remember name serving wood fired pizza and a variety of local food. We ordered drinks a pizza, some fries and chicken BBQ. We were entertained by a 3 piece band singing along to karaoke, joined by other guests in a place opposite.
How can you complain? I suppose Pub Street is an antidote to temple fatigue! Encompassing a few streets and several lanes in downtown Siem Reap, Pub Street encompasses several dives, a few themed pubs - like Yellow Sub - and a few Ibiza-standard clubs, notable amongst which is Temple.
There's even a pretty high end Italian restaurant - Il Forno. Recent times have seen the introduction of numerous brightly illuminated booze trucks, serving shots and cocktails al fresco. A nice way to start or finish your evening in the vicinity. Karaoke abounds.