Ordered Cambodian chicken fried rice with egg and a beer. Beer is cheaper than water. Food was great and ample. Glad we stumbled upon it after walking down Sisowith Quay
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As the first place where we tried Khmer food this was good. We had Amok and this other dish with peanut sauce and vegetables to dip in, which were both great. The beef dish with red ants was mediocre and the green mango salad was...More
After a morning being stressed out by horrendous traffic in Phnom Penh we retired to this little restaurant which my research suggested would give us a genuine Cambodian experience and so it proved. Excellent amok and great service plus nice seats at front with a...More
Go upstairs,Stare at the river no matter what time of the day it is,sip on your beer preferably draught Angkor and devour a full Khmer meal,you could be surprised at the price that would end up paying.
We had a good meal upstairs, but found that we were treated rather rudely when our kind waitress attempted to get us onto a table nearer the view out along the quay. It was reserved, but we had left before the reservations were filled! Good...More
another one of the many places along here, they have a good consistency in quality. Stopped in when it started raining, very good late lunch and nice to have the fans going to keep cool. Service was good. Happy to go back.