Fresh Herbs and Spices

The blending of herbs and spices is called "Kroung".
This is the foundation of most Cambodian cooking.
Welcome to Simply Khmer Restaurant

“Simply Khmer – We Make It Simple”

The mission of Simply Khmer Restaurant is to offer an appetizing Cambodian style menu in a pleasant, appealing and cozy environment in Lowell, Massachusetts. The foods are served in an organized, speedy and orderly manner. Cambodian cuisine is relatively low in calories, high in nutrition, and tasty. It includes many rice, chicken, beef, and vegetable dishes.

Khmer |kə'me(ə)r; kme(ə)r|

1 an ancient kingdom in Southeast Asia that reached the peak of its power in the 11th century, when it ruled the entire Mekong River valley from the capital at Angkor. It was destroyed by Thai conquests in the 12th and 14th centuries.
2 a native or inhabitant of the ancient Khmer kingdom.
3 a native or inhabitant of Cambodia.
4 the Mon-Khmer language that is the official language of Cambodia. Also called Cambodian .

of, relating to, or denoting the Khmers or their language.

Simply Khmer Restaurant traces its roots to Khmer food and it culture. One of our competitive edges is to offer authentic Cambodian dishes. The exquisite meats, vegetables, and soups have been perfected to produce the most flavorful, appetizing, and attractive dishes. Many Cambodian dishes are somewhat spiced, and served with Tuk Trey (fish sauces, bird’s eye chilli's, sugar, and garlic) on the side to enhance the dishes. It is custom that people dining together share common dishes, which include four to five main courses with a plate of white rice served for each person. There is no formal system that governs which dish is eaten first or considered the centerpiece.

Simply Khmer Restaurant pledges to provide everyone who loves Khmer food with an outstanding eating establishment, offering the finest Cambodian cuisine. Cambodian cuisine is characterized by fresh ingredients used daily from our local Cambodian markets, spice, and spices such as cilantro, basil, holy basil, gangal, lemon grass, kaffir leaves etc...are used.

New Videos Tout Lowell’s Business Assets

Tapping Local Entrepreneurs to Promote the City’s Business Friendly Climate

Lowell, MA, February 12, 2014 --- The City of Lowell is pleased to announce the release of 4, 2-minute videos focusing on local businesses – Enterprise Bank, Infobionic, Plenus Group and Simply Khmer Restaurant. The videos serve as testament to Lowell’s business friendly climate and the many assets that are available to help businesses successfully start and growth their operations in the city.

“The CEOs are very candid and forthright about this truism – that Lowell is a great place to do business. That applies whether you’re a long standing banking institution, an ethnic restaurant, a medical device start-up company or a food manufacturer” said City Manager Bernie Lynch. “They represent very different industries but Lowell’s big economic development canopy has room for everyone.”

The release of the videos is part of an ongoing effort to reach new audiences. The City is optimizing its marketing efforts by increasing its content on visual platforms such as Vimeo and YouTube. YouTube is currently the number two search engine in the world; with over one billion unique users and videos the internet video phenom can help the City market to new audiences where they’re most present.

The videos were produced by a local team and speak to the City’s burgeoning pool of creative talents. The video can be viewed by going to the City’s YouTube channel,, or through its website,

26 Lincoln St # 4, Lowell, MA 01851 • (978)-454-6700 •

Starting 2/2/15
Simply Khmer's hours will be: Mon - Closed, Tues 4PM- 9 PM, Wed-Sun 10AM-9 PM
We will be CLOSED on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and July 4th

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