Can you work out the mystery behind Khéma’s incredible Steak-frites Café de Paris?

Khéma La Poste threw open the doors on its grand opening last month, boasting a bright new look, an energised team, and a bolder, wider menu than before. Not everything has changed though. Long-loved favourites from Khéma Pasteur are still there, especially the things we’re best at, alongside a delicious selection of new ideas and inspirations from around the world. But our heart rests in France, which is why the mysterious and magic Steak-frites Café de Paris is our banner dish.

Khema La Poste - Grand Opening

In the immortal words of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons, “Oh, what a night”. And to pillage those eternal lyrics even further: “What a very special time for me (us) / As I (we) recall, it ended much too soon”. We had a wonderful evening during Khéma’s Grand Opening on October 2, a packed event for which we extend our thanks to everyone who took the time to come and celebrate with us.

From post and freight powerhouse to Khéma La Poste

It’s been a long wait, but we’re thrilled to announce that Khéma La Poste finally opened its doors on 21 August, ready to serve Phnom Penh from 6am to 11pm with a fresh new menu of healthy, delicious meals and light bites as well as Khéma’s famed range of bread, cheeses, charcuterie and cakes (ok, these last ones are maybe not so “healthy” in the strictly pedantic meaning of the term, unless one considers their profoundly positive effects on the mind).

A fresh new look

For three years, Khéma has been known and loved as the embodiment of “relaxed refinement” in Phnom Penh (Thank you, Urban Flavours). Thanks to our relentless dedication to finding, preparing and serving the very best of French cuisine, from freshly baked breads, heavenly cheeses, house-made cold meats, gorgeous patisseries and cakes and simply delicious food prepared without pretension, we’ve built up a loyal base of smart, sophisticated fans because we love what we do.