Van’s Restaurant story:
Located at the General Post Office area in Phnom Penh, the former Indochina
Bank has remained true to its charming beauty of the French Belle Époque
as expressed by the French colonial era in Indochina. The renovation of this
monumental bank building has been done with the special emphasis for the
preservation of its original wood works and its mosaic floor tiling.
The former Indochina Bank whose head office was in Hanoi, started to construct
its branch office in Cambodia around 1990 in a grandeur style, and by 1960 this
branch office building in Phnom Penh was sold to a Cambodian industrial who
turned it into his private office and private residence. After 1980, this branch
building served as the head-quarter of the State Rural Development Bank, then
in 2004, this same building was contracted back to the children of the former
private owner for the purpose of renovation.
In refurnishing this bank building into a useful commercial property, this bank
has regained a new commercial value by serving as High Standard offices
and French gastronomique restaurant .In this way, the children of this former
Cambodian industrial hope to contribute to the preservation of Cambodia’s
National cultural and past architectural heritage, simply by matching the
authentic taste of French Cuisine with the classic French architectural style
of the Belle-Époque ; as quality and good French food is continually being
demanded by existing Cambodian consumers.
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One review on “Van’s Restaurant”
Love the Food! Great service! The staff are super welcoming! Fancy but affordable