A mini-grill on your table
What we say:
This isn't the cheapest dinner in town but it's fun and different, and a popular spot.
Barbecue grills, with a rounded metal plate over hot coals and often surrounded by a "moat" for soup, are very common in Cambodia and the shared experience of cooking and serving up your own food is always heart-warming somehow.
The trick is to use the fatty meats first to grease up the hot plate so the leaner ones don't stick. Crocodile, kangaroo, ostrich, goat and so on are all on the menu here, in addition to the standard versions of beef, chicken, pork, shrimp and fish.
You're looking at $18.50 for 2 persons (includes starter, fruit, noodles and so on).
Try sitting in the pleasant upstairs sitting area, which enjoys a good view down the Passage.
Contact detailsThe Passage
T: (063) 966 052
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