Only tried some of the Mexican food. Very well worth the money. Nice relaxing spot, nice staff, reasonable prices.
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Believe me, I'm a sushi lover and even the industrial ones you can find in an English supermarket are fresher and tastier. It's a shame when you realise that you're in one of the best places to eat fresh fishes and seafood in Cambodia. I...More
Biscuits and Gravy are a rare culinary find at eateries in Cambodia. Nearly as rare as hen’s teeth. Since Tex-Mex chef extraordinaire Mexicali Mark moved from Charlie Harper’s and SHV, no other restaurant has picked up the Biscuit ball and started serving that magnificent breakfast...More
Centrally located and bright orange, it is easy to find. The owner is a friendly guy and will have a drink with you any time of the day and can tell a lot of tall tales. However, there is no sushi bar and the sushi...More
Food was so good came back again the day after. The chilli was perfect and the sushi was mouth watering.Great location great people
Now located in the town centre this eatery delivers an excellent Mexican food menu, I didn't try the sushi as my dining companion was in an anti-sushi mood, but having heard the owner talk about his sushi and local aficionado's talk about how much they...More
Sean and Keri and their staff have moved their restaurant/bar to a much more central location. The building itself is worth a visit for an example of a beautifully restored old Kampot house.on a quiet street. Exposed wood beams and a polished wooden staircase are...More
The atmosphere of this place is great, very relaxing. Shoes off at the door and get comfortable. The food is outstanding, especially the chilli con carne served with garlic bread. Have a chat with Shaun, one of the owners, he has some great stories.
Restaurant has now relocated to a magnificent colonial building in the old french quarter of town. Nice ambience, good outdoor seating on a quite backstreet. Now with 500g American t-bone!