Lok Lak is another popular Cambodian dish that tourists enjoy, perhaps second to Amok. Served with white rice, Lok Lak is stir-fried marinated chicken served with fresh red onions, served on a bed of lettuce, cucumbers, and tomatoes with a dipping sauce consisting of lime juice, sea salt and black Kampot pepper. Lok Lak is also available in beef and pork variants too.
I ordered my Lok Lak from a local stall for 3.50 USD after a long day touring the Angkor Wat. Having skipped breakfast to catch the sunrise at Angkor Wat. I was really glad that the portions were good as I was very hungry.
I like how the crunchy lettuce and onion works well with the tender chicken meat. As an easy stir-fry dish, this dish is simple but full of flavor.