It's rare for me to give 5 stars to a restaurant. This was one of the best Cambodian restaurants I have tasted, in my entire life. I know it sounds absurd, but the food was amazing. The service was not bad. The server, even though she tried to talk to us in English, because I think she was non-English, she was still attentive and very friendly to customers. The restaurant, itself, has both Vietnamese and Cambodian kind of feel to it, even though there were Vietnamese paintings and the restaurant is both Cambodian and Vietnamese. We ordered Shaking Beef with Dry Egg Noodles, Cambodian Pork on Rice and and Boat Noodles with Braised Offals. I tried the Cambodian Pork on Rice, with a bit of the Shaking Beef and Noodles. First time trying Cambodian Pork and it was delicious. Pork had a bit of sweet flavour. Definitely highlighting the pork flavour. The rice is good. The braised eggs were braised perfectly. Eggs were cooked, and maintained a nice eggy flavour to it. Nice colour on the egg and pork. Beef is very tender, outside has a nice colour, as well. Noodles were flavourful. Overall, it's a great place to start if you looking for Cambodian food, as well as Vietnamese food.
It's a lovely sunny Saturday and what a way to start the day is to have a warm meal.
Service & Ambience [3.5] It's 1030am and the restaurant wasn't pack. We got the menu and placing order was quick. A typical Vietnamese restaurant setup and usual long table in the middle.
Food  We decided to skip the usual beef pho and instead to go for their street food soup noodle. Not bad and great flavour. The salt & pepper chicken ribs are good too.
We will be back to try their beef pho.
Decided to check this venue after multiple reviews recommended the Thai boat noodle soup. I ordered the variation with braised offals. The dish reminds me of a similar dish in Singapore/Thailand-kuay chap. The soup is delicious and is enhanced by fried garlic pieces. The ground chilli oil is slightly on the dry side. Would recommend squeezing the lemon over the ground chilli paste to give a tangy taste. Paid $15.
The decor and general cleanliness leave something to be desired, but…the food was outstanding! I wouldn’t have thought a steak with mushroom sauce and noodles (with a triangle of cream cheese and a fried egg) would taste so good. It’s a shame that the “steak knife” provided was a)slightly melted, b)not an actual steak knife, and c)painful to hold. Give the place a lick of pain and a spring clean and it’s five stars all the way.
Yummy delicious food.
If you have never tried Cambodian food I suggest you try this place.
Super affordable and delicious food with generous portions.
Personally my favourite is the beef lemongrass soup which is a Cambodian dish.