Archive for the 'Japanese' Category

Oct 17 2011

Sushi in Phnom Penh: Part two

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Hold onto your socks, the hunt for the best sushi in Phnom Penh continues. Last week I reviewed Origami and Fusion Sushi, and today I’ll cover more ground with a couple of places that are a little more affordable. Le Quay Cafe With four types of rolls and seven types of nigiri, Le Quay Cafe … read the full post

Oct 14 2011

Sushi in Phnom Penh: Part one

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Despite the large number of Japenese expats in Phnom Penh, good sushi is harder to come by than you’d think, with most of the Japanese restaurants in town serving up primarily donburis and other Japanese home-cooking. In the name of research, I’ve been hunting for the best sushi in Phnom Penh. Here are some of … read the full post

Sep 02 2011

Casual Japanese dining in Phnom Penh

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There’s much more to Japanese cuisine than just sushi, and there’s no better place to find out than Cambodia. In Phnom Penh a number of restaurants have recently been opened by Japanese expats that specialise in Japanese casual dining — simple, cooked meals and rice bowls that are made just the way they are in … read the full post

Apr 28 2011

Japanese groceries in Phnom Penh

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In the last year the supply of Japanese foodstuffs in Phnom Penh has multiplied, and it’s now easier than ever to find the miso, dashi and kombu that you desire. The city has long had a sizable Japanese expat population, but the groceries didn’t keep pace. Japanese expats often resorted to bringing back suitcases of … read the full post

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