From our very first days in Phnom Penh and in Siem Reap, FCC has been the meeting place for intrepid adventurers, locals and visitors, from around the world. FCC brings together spirited people where, in colonial settings perfect for conversation, good food and drink have always been the order of the day. And, where sharing information and telling of stories both big and small, myths have been born.
In its earliest days, the capitol fell silent at sun down, and the choices for places to eat were just a handful. The FCC proved popular with foreign journalists and aid workers, who gathered around the bar for a cold beer and a swapping of tales. The FCC became the cornerstone of the capitol’s riverfront district.
In time, the restaurant grew in both size and popularity, and FCC expanded upstairs, creating the FCC Roof Terrace. With a stage and stiff cocktails, the terrace is a well-known venue for live music and entertainment after sunset.