Very fresh, beautifully prepared food in a relaxed atmosphere (a llittle disturbing to see the sushi chefs wearing plastic gloves, but whatever...). Menu is rather large and varied with clear descriptions for each item. Personally, I would have liked to see some cool Cambodian-inspired cocktails on the menu which would go well with the food and the ambience - but apart from that, both the Cambodian entrees we ordered and the sushi rolls were delicious and each had a casual elegance about them (if you like shrimp and noodle dishes try no. 145 which is brilliantly seasoned with just the right touch of cinnamon - who knew?!). Non-alcoholic beverage of choice: Litchi schorle ;-)
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