We chose this Indian restaurant as it was close and served alcohol. Decor is basic but it was quite busy at 7.00pm. On the night we visited the young lad who was serving struggled with English but the young lady was there to help him out. We ordered masala papads to start. They were lovely, fresh and spicy, they came with a salad but a yoghurt sauce would have been nice. We then shared a vegetable jalfrezi, nice enough but without peppers and an unusual sweetness. The tarka dal however was excellent and the jeera rice beautifully cooked. With two G&Ts and two beers the bill was a reasonable 143,000 kip.
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