Tel: 855 12 763 468
Concierge.com's insider take:
Mick Jagger's visit and a mention in The New York Times put this restaurant front and center on the international tourist map. Fortunately, the notoriety hasn't changed the place much. The only noticeable difference is that the backpackers who have been coming here since the early '90s have been joined by the well-heeled (which, come to think of it, is evident all over town). The kitchen serves up delicious local fare with a modern twist, such as Khmer chicken curry and chicken soup with lemongrass, lime, and mint.
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I just came back from Cambodia/Vietnam.One of the best meals ever was at khmer Kitchen. . The bill came to $21 for 3 people and we could not eat all of it. The best ... more