Cambodian also known as Khmer, like most Asians eat in 'family style'. Before Western influence introduced tables and chairs, Cambodian is dined by sitting on the floor around short tables. Foods served in the centre of the table, for all to share. While Cambodian enjoy much of their food spicy, they often do not prepare it that way. They'd prefer to have a small 'side' of fish sauce and a few slices of fresh chillies.
Khmer cuisine is closely related to our neighbouring countries such as Vietnam, Laos and Thailand, although it is not as spicy. Curries, stir fried vegetables, rice, noodles and soups are staples of the Khmer diet.