Crispy tarantula salad is on the menu for today's Geo Quiz!
Spiders at Romdeng Restaurant
Once you've polished off the deep-fried spiders, there's steamed fish from the Mekong River, red sticky rice porridge with coconut, and banana ice cream.
Where in the world would you find a restaurant that serves up this fare?
We're looking for the South East Asian capital that's home to one such restaurant. The Romdeng Restaurant has a reputation for more than spicy Khmer dishes. The restaurant is run by former street kids who are being trained in catering and hospitality.
Romdeng Chef Sok Chhong has put together a new cookbook called "From Spiders to Water Lillies":
"Many people think that Khmer food consists of only a few dishes - but it's not. I want to make them realize there are many different kinds of dishes. People think there is more variety in other cuisines - but that's not the case."
Khmer food at Romdeng
So name this city that's home to lively Cambodian cuisine, a city once known as the Pearl of Asia.