Foreigner-friendly Cambodian favorites
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Khmer Kitchen is probably the most foreigner-friendly Khmer joint on Sen Monorom's main drag, with a large English-language menu and a reassuringly clean interior.
Khmer Kitchen is probably the most foreigner-friendly Khmer joint on Sen Monorom's main drag, with a large English-language menu and a reassuringly clean interior. The menu has been lifted wholesale from possible Phnom Penh restaurant Frizz -- I remain unsure if this was approved by the Frizz people -- but Frizz has good food and Khmer Village, thankfully, has followed suit. The beef loc-lac is especially tasty, featuring beef chunks cooked in oyster sauce, served over a bed of lettuce and tomato with a side of white rice. There's also beef cooked in orange sauce over coleslaw, Khmer curries and soups, Western dishes (including burritos and simple sandwiches) and the usual standbys of fried rice, fried noodles, and fried potatoes. There's also bottled Cambodian beer on offer to go with the food.
Contact detailsMain street in Sen Monorom
T: (011) 62 04 61 (092) 96 32 43
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