Streets that fan out of the Riverside area could get repetitive and almost look almost the same and one could be forgiven to think all the places are bars and more bars or massage parlours. This restaurant defies that and it was only out of sheer desperation and hunger that made me try this little gem which really made my stay in PP just a little bit more enjoyable. I would not have expected universal Indian favorites to be generous servings of such high quality and taste. For three straight days, I and some friends sampled the varied menu only to be surprised at the manner in which these dishes delighted. When in Phnom Penh and the local foods seem to not pass the taste test, head on down to this restaurant and feel normal again....reasonable prices and good service. Highly recommended!!!!
My boyfriend and I went to Australia in order to work and travel around Asia... In Cambodia, we met a french guy who recommended this restaurant. Being Mauritian (where we mostly eat creole et indian food), I was craving a good curry and some lentils! And I was not disappointed! The food is delicioooouuus, the staff is really friendly and brings you free snacks. Your glass of water is also being filled each time you finish it, and for free again. Being two, we took 1 plain rice, 1 plain naan, 1 black lentils, 1 mutton curry and it was enough for both of us! Then we took the same thing and replaced tge curry by a butter chicken (best thing ever! Must try)
One of the best Indian Rest in town. Try Chicken Tikka Masala
Truth be told, I'm not a fan of Indian food. But this was a really good meal. I stuck with something that in familiar with, Tandori chicken, and the pieces were succulent morsels of tasty slightly spicy white chicken. Our table mates ordered a variety of other dishes mostly spicy chicken that I found delicious and potentially threatening to my oft sensitive stomach. The Nan bread was great too. We ordered three different types. The large Oder of Tandori chicken was too big for one person and the orders of nan were quite large too. We finished the meal with a couple of orders of gulab jamun. If you want kheer, call ahead by 24 hours. Overall, a pleasant surprise for one who's not a big fan of this type of food.
Average Indian food at average prices for Phnom Penh. The meat quality here is actually quite good but the curries and breads are nothing to write home about. Just a tad bland
Try Cheese naan, all types of masallas and special recommendation on Panjabi Thali (mix of different types of foods)
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Try the veggie curry
I love my old aunt Rosie, but I'd push her down a flight of stairs for the Butter Chicken here.