Delicious. Nutritious. Organic.

Dining Experiences

Dining at Song Saa

Song Saa Private Island offers global cuisine with a local touch. Fresh, organic ingredients are sourced from our own gardens, with seafood from local fishing villages and imported goods from trusted international suppliers. Sumptuous and scrumptious, we’ll give you dining experiences you’ll never forget. Shoes and jackets not required.

Vista Bar & Restaurant

Oversized beanbags, a breezy waterfront position and views that are nothing short of spectacular – Vista Bar and Restaurant lets you indulge all your senses. The menu champions expertly prepared local ingredients and Khmer flavours, alongside inventive renditions of Western comfort dishes. Our breads are baked onsite, our salads delicately put together and our seafood freshly caught by local fisherman.


Order a bottle. Sip while watching the sunset. Order another bottle. Repeat the next day. . . Open from early morning to late night, Driftwood Bar on the beach is the ideal spot for a refreshing glass of Brut, a chilled post-swim beer or one of our signature sundowner cocktails. Complement a muddled mojito or a glass of Riesling with a crispy, thin-crust pizza or bite-sized tapas.

Destination Dining

You don’t need a special occasion to dine under a starlit sky or on a pristine patch of powdery sand. Just choose a location in the resort – on the beach by the sea, along the infinity pool, in one of Song Saa’s hidden enclaves – and we will arrange a dining experience unlike any other. Enjoy good food and fine wines, whether you’re dining under clear blue skies or a canopy of stars…


The tantalising aroma of local herbs and spices, the expert touch of our talented chefs, the distinct infusion of Kampot pepper - dining at Song Saa is an immersive journey through the region's unique flavours. A thoughtful gourmet cuisine that offers a fresh twist on traditional Cambodian and international fare - lovingly prepared and spectacularly plated.

At Song Saa Private Island, we prize natural, organic nourishment. We source our seasonal fruit and veg locally – much of it from the island itself. We use wildlife-friendly Ibis rice from the North and get our cashew nuts and coconuts from local villages.

We’re also happy to cater to guests with dietary restrictions, and our vegan and vegetarian options are some of our best.