They have a huge menu full of local and western dishes. Fried rice and noodle dishes are just $1 and portion sizes are reasonable. Lovely little local place.
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There is plenty of seats in the restaurant and chic place to hang out or to grab a quick bite. Nothing fantastic about the food. We ordered the fish amok but can't seems to trace the fish and no amok taste. The cabbage wasn't wash...More
I think this was the best for value meal we had in Siem Reap. Around $USD15 for 3 of us including 50 cent draft beers. Excellent food quality with comfortable lounge chairs.
There is plenty of comfortable seating in this restaurant and it is a nice place to eat dinner or lunch if you are on a budget. The food is nothing special, but is of decent quality especially for the price. The service of the staff...More
Popped in after traveling all day and had a nice meal. All 4 of us enjoyed our food but service was a bit slow. The menu is big (they have photo albums to help you!) and the prices were great! I'd go again...
After eating a happy pizza earlier in the day, I woke up at 10 pm and needed food so I walked out of my hotel and it was the first restaurant I saw. The food was good for the price and the place was comfortable....More
Excellent food. The usual 50c beers plus an extensive menu. The waiter spoke excellent English and offered to make any dish I liked vegetarian. I had the vermicelli salad which was Fresh and delicious and made with tofu (and no fish sauce). Nice quiet little...More
We have stopped here twice for lunch. The chairs are comfy and a large bottle of water was 50c. Beer was 50c and fruit shakes $1. The amok was lovely and I enjoyed the curry both reasonably priced. The $1 noodles were also good. Service...More