Titanic, a Khmer style restaurant on the river, is enormous and ethnically rich. There are switchable roofs, compassionate Happy House Buddha, beautiful girls dancing slowly and gently Khmer. And, free wifi! Cambodia is one of the poorest countries, but wifi is very common, which is undoubtedly the most unexpected gains so far. Otherwise, roaming with Unicom data and tweeting is not bankrupt.
An authentic Cambodian restaurant. The environment inside is very Cambodian. It is a restaurant recommended by the tour guide. It is indeed very good and has its own characteristics. The style of the dishes is actually a bit Filipino taste and look.
Close to the river, there are a lot of tourists and mosquitoes. The anti-mosquito measures must be done well. The service is average, but many people will ignore it. The environment is very exotic. The food is very popular. There are chickens, fish and soups. It doesn't feel very spicy, the serving speed is not fast, it needs to be urged, but the price/performance ratio is also OK.
It is standard Cambodian cuisine. The stuffed stuffed with rice dumpling leaves is delicious, and the coconut tastes good. In the Central Market, the overall consumption is not too expensive, but some things are not used to taste.
The environment is great, the only waterside restaurant, the taste is authentic, exotic, you can order whatever the menu does not understand