The maître d' had the best English of any Khmer yet - and he spoke French. Gave some lovely suggestions. Food was tasty and the other guests were nice. It's in an air conditioned corner restaurant in a great location near Street 178. The prices were fair and good but the food quantity wasn't that great. If you're hungry, then you'll need that starter, menu, and something else. The spicy beef and lamb sausage was quite tasty. The attached bakery is known as the best in town. That and the basement bakery at the InterContinental hotel.
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