Ansom chek is a kind of sticky rice cake with bananas in the middle. It has the shape of cylinder and is wrapped by banana leaves. Ansom chek fascinates tourists by its sweet and flavor. It now is also made from pork and mung bean paste instead of bananas. This version is called “ansom chrook” and rather like “Tet” cake in Vietnam. Even though living in the rural or in the city, the Cambodian usually makes this cake in special events, particularly in Chaul Chnam Thmay festival to celebrate the Khmer New Year. This dish derived from wet rice civilization of Southeastern Asia.