The food is delicious and the prices are more than reasonable! BYOB is a good thing! This will certainly will not be my last visit!
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We stayed at the nearby Woodstock Inn and although this is a little out-of-town, it is worth the trip. We walked here, though there is a lack of pavement all of the way so be careful. It is a BYOB so take something to drink...More
There’s many classy good restaurants in little Woodstock Vermont. Angkor Wat is one you don’t want to miss. The atmosphere is simple and plain. The food and the service is outstanding. The chef is warm, friendly, knowledgeable, and simply a nice guy. My wife has...More
I had the Cambodian noodle soup (#34 Khtieau Noodle Soup), it was tasty, good portion of noodle and the beef was tender. The bok choy (Chinese vegetable) that came with it was under-cooked though, but overall I like the dish
It's a Cafe style setting. The servers are very friendly and helpful, but seem to want to rush you - not sure why as it wasn't busy (on Fri night in foliage season)? However, if you insist it can be slowed down. However, the food...More
The restaurant offers rather oddly Americanized versions of Thai and Cambodian cuisine. Only one dish that we had was delicious (the mussels), but the other three (Thai spring rolls, crispy Cambodian beef, and pad Thai) were simply blah. The pad Thai was particularly underwhelming in...More
The restaurant is on the outskirts of Woodstock and as such is off the beaten track of tourists to the village. They're missing out!! The meal we had was absolutely lovely and the young gentleman serving us was very helpful and interested in where we...More