Angkor is located at Puls 5 and offers an enormous selection of Asian dishes in a gorgeous surrounding. A beautifully ornated massive wooden door opens automatically and lets you enter the dimly lit dining room
Angkor’s dark wooden, Asian décor creates an intimate, sexy and cosy ambiance. The dining room is candle lit and tastefully decorated with flowers and Asian bric-à-brac. The kitchen is semi-open and you migh catch a glimpse of the chefs rushing around busily. Some tables are set on a pond with koi’s. On a Saturday night the restaurant is filled with a lively crowd. The services much lamented snootiness seems passé, the waiters are friendly and attentive.
Angkor has by far one of the vastest selections of Asian dishes in Zurich. It features Japanese, Vietnamese, Thai and Chinese cuisine. The enormous menu is a challenge for all of those who are rather indecisive in their choice.
For starters you will find some Chinese classics such as dim sums (simply delicious), Vietnamese fried spring rolls (yes you are supposed to roll them in the salad leaves which come with the dish) or a spicy sour Sichuan soup (yummy and cold preventive). All is fresh and lawlessly prepared. All dishes are served on beautiful Asian tableware and an orchid flower adorns our napkin.
There is a huge selection of main courses including a spicy Beef a la Szechuan dish and a creamy, aromatic Panang curry with chicken which are served on traditional food warmers.
Angkor’s cosy ambiance and great choice of Asian food make it the ideal place for a relaxed evening with friends or your partner.