The taste of Cambodian food is not like that of Chinese food. They are not spicy, which is more in line with my taste. And the vegetables are quite abundant. I ordered some meats, which are all paired with very rich vegetables, like carrots and Chinese cabbage.
Super luxurious Cambodian cuisine, I didn't expect Cambodian cuisine to be so exquisite at first, and the price is very cheap. Compared with the environment and the dishes, I feel that this is a private dish in China.
A restaurant with local cuisine.
Many locals go there to eat, and we also went here admiringly.
It’s a bit difficult to communicate with the waiter, and I feel like talking with the duck.
Later, just look through the pictures online and order.
The taste is really good, and the environment is also good. There were not many people there early, but there were too many people at night.
Unexpected surprise! I thought that Angkor would not have good Chinese food, but I found that there are restaurants that can cook Chinese food, and the environment is first-class. The inside of the restaurant is in stark contrast with the broken road outside, and there are small fountains piled up by rockery. …The environment is quaint and I ordered two dishes, one for two people, a red curry chicken, a roasted stuffed chicken drumstick, and two bottles of coke, because I asked that the rice is included in it, so I didn’t order anything else, and there was no set. Low consumer! The most surprising rice is free to add, it is brown rice, I personally like brown rice, it is chewy. There is also a starter, which is a short spring roll... Don't look at the pot size, it is very full, we added a meal. The waiter is very patient and the service is very attentive~ This is a tipping country. If you feel that the service is good, you can tip the waiter, because the bill does not include the service fee, but only includes taxes. The overall taste is also suitable for Chinese people, but the lemongrass flavor is a bit strong
The decoration of this store is very good in the local area, and I feel that the atmosphere is very good. In the evening under the lights, it is very suitable for couples to dine. The set meal looks very mini, but I feel full after eating. The first small serving of the drink is a bit salty and more like soup. I love the special papaya salad and spring rolls. The strong Cambodian flavor is highlighted, sour, sweet and spicy. But older people don't seem to be used to this taste. This Tom Yum soup tastes a bit sweet without the sourness of Thai style, which is also good. Curry also has a sweet taste. But the final fruit dessert didn't feel sweet anymore. The fruit here is always not as sweet as I imagined, so hope is too high. Generally speaking, it is a very authentic Cambodian restaurant, but it depends on personal taste. Just as I usually like to eat Southeast Asian food, I think it’s good, and some of the things I’m not used to eating are bad.