First impressions count. Walking into the buzzy bar downstairs at the Chinese house to a friendly greeting from staff was instantly welcoming. Beautiful tiles; silk lanterns and lounging sofas made for a stylish and relaxed vibe. The restaurant upstairs was equally elegant - high ceilings, dark wood floors, and hangings to create intimate dining areas in a large room.
Most impressive though was the food. A top notch ceviche and sashimi to start followed by paella negra, washed down with a good but reasonably priced wine. Gorgeous flavours, stunningly presented and attentive, competent service.
Prices to me seemed totally reasonable for this quality and overall experience but diners hopefully would not expect this to be at back packer price levels. Starters were around 7 or 8 dollars and mains from around 12 upwards. The water is always more than you expect - spent half the amount of a bottle of wine on water alone! The bar downstairs is well stocked with an interesting photo exhibition.
This place is far up the Sisowath Quay and there is not much around it - keep going and you will spot it. Very much worth it.
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