Where can you celebrate Orthodox Christmas in Phnom Penh? Why at Jungle Cat of course, the only Ukrainian/Russian restaurant in Phnom Penh.
What is Orthodox Christmas?
Orthodox Christmas is just like regular Christmas except it is done 2 weeks later. Why is that I hear you ask? Because Orthodox Christians celebrate Christmas based on the Julian Calendar, rather than the Gregorian one. Places that do this include Russia, Ukraine, and much of the old Yugoslavia.
When is Orthodox Christmas?
It is on January 6th 2021. Which means that in case your first go at Christmas wasn’t great, you can do it all again! Christmas twice? Yes please. The only place to celebrate Orthodox Christmas in Phnom Penh is at Jungle Cat.
How to celebrate Orthadox Christmas in Phnom Penh?
Firstly contact us via Facebook, by phone, or e-mail to book a table at Jungle Cat. Then you come to Jungle Cat and start getting jolly!
How will you be celebrating at Jungle Cat?
As is tradition we will be having great live music! Whenever there is live music at Jungle Cat that means a great night. We will also be featuring a special Ukrainian menu, alongside all of our classic dishes.
Want to see the Jungle Cat Menu? Check this link.
Yes we have moonshine
The moonshine from Jungle Cat has been rated the best moonshine in Phnom Penh and who are we to argue with that? We offer an array of flavours, a free shot on arrival and even by the bottle.
To check out our moonshine menu click here
To read why we have the best moonshine in the city click here
So that is the lowdown on how to celebrate Orthodox Christmas in Phnom Penh Ukrainian style at Jungle Cat. We look forward to seeing you!