Stopped by here for lunch after a busy tiring morning at Angkor, Bayon and Baphuon. You can choose to sit inside with the cooling aircond or outside the traditional way...Service is good. There are lots of choices in the menu, from local authentic Cambodian cuisines, to other Asian delights and western menus too. I tried the fish amok which was served in a coconut and with a plate of steam rice. In some places, the fish amok looks like our Malaysian 'Otak-otak' but the one i had in this restaurant is more soupy or curry like. It was so tasty, very aromatic, and the fish blends with nicely with the broth. I am glad it isnt too creamy like some curry would:) Definitely recommended to stop by for a quick bite.
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