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Posted by Anonymous on 10/31/2009
My friends and I went here on a Thursday night. There were 8 of us, and although the restaurant was full, they were able to seat us within 10 minutes. The waitress was extremely friendly and accommodating. All the food that I tried there was fabulous. It might not be 100% authentic Cambodian, as one viewer stated (it's slightly more fusion), but it's the closest I've seen in New York. The bacon fried rice left me thinking about getting more all week, and the Spicy Rice Soup was light and fresh with perfectly cooked chicken and shrimp. Both my friend and I finished our whole bowls. I will definitely be coming back here.
Posted by anonymous on 07/25/2009
As a Cambodian person who enjoys eating authentic Khmer food, I was really disappointed at the outcome. The food was not authentic at all! It tasted OK and the price definitely was not worth the value. I don't like to be critical but I really don't understand what the rave is all about. I think you have to eat real Khmer food to understand what's good and what's not. This restaurant puts Khmer food to shame. I'm sorry to say that. This restaurant is DEFINITELY not recommended for those who like authentic Khmer food.
Have been meaning to try this place for over year, but never wanted to wait for a table. We went on the early side on a Friday night and had no problem getting a table. Delicious sandwiches, including a great cauliflower and eggplant sandwich -- sounds kinda weird, but it's really great! We'll definitely be back and will start ordering take out from here as well.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/23/2009
I started coming here almost two years ago when my friend was a waitress here, and have loved it since day one. Some people may think it is overpriced, but you can't get better quality food nor something so carefully prepared. I am a 100% supporter of this restaurant. It's also a fun place to go with friends, great atmosphere!
Posted by snomi on 11/29/2008
I guess that turning tables is a mission here - you're seated on an uncomfortable stool and expected to eat and run. No coffee or dessert here. The food is drastically overpriced - we had the ribs (4 tiny ones), two wraps (tiny ones) plus 2 beers and ended up paying more than $80. Walking after dinner through Chinatown's streets with its amazing eateries made us decide not to be such fools next time around.
Posted by bethanserved on 10/22/2008
I love asian food. And I've tasted a lot in my life. I heard about this place from friends who can't stop talking about it. So they took me to it one Saturday. although we had to wait almost an hour. It was worth it. simply delicious. I am hooked to these tamarind ribs which just falls off and the cilantro dip that comes with it is so good that I kept asking for more!!! We also had these savory crepes with catfish! and their sandwich tasting.... oxtail, house made bacon and pork. yummy!!!
Posted by mermaid magic on 10/04/2008
it was hard to figure out what to eat. everything was so appealing. we tried a lot of the food on the menu, since there was 4 of us. it was all great, and served in perfect order...soup being last. fantastic service. excellent food. very noisy, and the worst aspect about this great dining spot!