Unexpectedly, Phnom Penh is quite popular to eat Japanese ramen. There are many ramen shops. The beef ramen inside is delicious. The fried fish noodles are also great. The taste of cold noodles is a bit northeast, and the noodles are very authentic.
The taste of Cambodia is closer to the taste of Thailand than other Southeast Asian countries, and I like the hot and sour taste and curry. The other is the deep-fried and grilled features. The environment is good, the service is not bad, not many Chinese eat.
I love the noodles at this place. They''re different than the average fried noodles found all over Phnom Penh.
The Japanese-style noodles here are delicious. Maybe after eating too much authentic food in Cambodia, I think the food in this specialty restaurant is good.
The Japanese cuisine is still very good, the overall amount is very happy to eat, and the service attitude is relatively good.