Le Broken Plate is fantastic. Imagination rules at the this restaurant. My suggestion is don’t eat all day before dining and get the full tasting menu. They make edamame delicious. From sashimi to soups to beef to lamb to oysters to desserts—each course seemingly better than the one before. An eclectic wine list with amazing wine at inexpensive prices and a staff whose purpose is to serve with excellence— I can come up with nothing for improvement—unless it would be smaller courses so you don’t need to waddle out at the end of a superb dining experience. If I could give more than 5 stars I would. My only regret is that I didn’t dine here every night I was in Phnom Penh.
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