When it comes to traditional favorites like kaarage, butabara, Japanese curry,grilled mackerel as well as fresh and tasty salads, you’d be hard pressed to find anything better than this unassuming and friendly place. Since I first discovered it in January, I’ve visited once a week, trying something new each time. Their lunch specials come with miso soup, rice and salad and almost all items cost between $4 to $7. The ribeye steak , 200gms at $8, is one of my top choices, as is their gyoza—the best in Phnom Penh. And with dozens of Japanese places in town opening over the past three years, that is really something. staff is well trained, attentive and courteous.
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