Tel: 855 16 909 607
Concierge.com's insider take:
This traditional raised wooden building, a half-century-old Khmer home converted by Frenchman Yves Polouet into a restaurant in 2001, is a bit incongruous amid the bland big-box hotels plaguing National Highway 6. Inside, the comfortable, unpretentious old-style decorlow-slung rattan chairs and Buddhist bric-a-braccomplements the teak exterior. The large menu's Thai and Khmer specialties, such as Penang curry beef and banana-flower salad, a tangy blend of grated banana buds, chicken, and fresh vegetables tossed with a peppery white-wine and fish sauce vinegar, have been slightly toned down for Western palates. Day-of reservations are suggested, as it's popular with groups lodging at nearby hotels.
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