Being away from Texas for the past 5 months I was so looking forward to some good bbq brisket and some baby back ribs when I was reading the menu. To my amazement they said they did not serve the ribs till after 6 p.m. but they did have the bbq brisket. The menu described the brisket as a tribute to the Texas hill country BBQ and so we ordered it hoping for a taste of home. What arrived was something you might find in an East coast resteraunt. It was like eating roast beef that had been treated like pulled pork. If you tried to pass this off as brisket in Texas, you would be run out of town. I am not saying it tasted bad as it was fairly tasty but I think you need to produce the product you advertise. The lack of ribs and the poor attempt at Texas BBQ brisket made this a disapointing stop for us in Siem Reap.
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