🔥Opening December 15th: MAD MONKEY PHUKET, Thailand🇹🇭 OPENING PROMO: 20% off until Jan 15, 2024
Indulge in a vibrant variety of high-quality international cuisine and local flavors at Mad Monkey Phnom Penh. From gourmet burgers and pastas to curries and noodles, we’ll be sure to satiate your every craving! BONUS: our bar is also the best place to start your night — listen to your favorite tunes, join in on some drinking games (see our nightly events below!) and meet other travellers from around the world.
Welcome to the Madness!
$2 Spirit + Mixer
Sunday to Friday from 5-7PM
Saturday from 2–7PM
At Mad Monkey, we use only high-quality, fresh ingredients in every plate we serve you. With plenty of comfort food, local dishes, healthy meals, vegetarian + vegan options, and more delicious bites to help you recover after a day of adventuring (or to cure your hangovers), there’s something for everyone on our menu!OUR MENU
Our mission since we opened our first hostel in 2011 is to create a positive impact in the communities where we’re located. That’s why all of our restaurant and bar team are locals, most of whom grew up in the very destinations you’re visiting! We aim to provide ample training that our team will be able to utilize to further their careers in hospitality, and a higher-than-average salary plus benefits to ensure our staff is taken care of.VIEW CAREERS
Mad Monkey is centrally located in Phnom Penh’s Daun Penh neighbourhood, a popular area full of cafés, restaurants, and bars.
If you’re coming from the airport, there will be taxis waiting right outside the exit; attendants in blue uniforms can arrange one for you. If you prefer a tuk-tuk or a motorickshaw, you’ll have to walk out of the airport to the main road to catch one. Grab, a popular ride-hailing up, is widely used in Cambodia and you can easily order a taxi or a motorickshaw right to the arrivals gate of Phnom Penh airport.
Drivers around Phnom Penh generally know our hostel and you can simply ask to be taken to ‘Mad Monkey’, but please keep in mind we’ve moved to a new location so do give them our new address and ask them to take you to street 242 (“plow pie roy sai pee” in Khmer) in Daun Penh. The closest cross-street is street 63. The prices for rides from the airport are around $10 for a tuk-tuk and $15 for a taxi.