Saw previous review but thought I would still give it a go as wanted to catch up on the London 2012 Olympics. Indeed, because of previous comments, was actually on my guard but they still managed to fleece me. I was only having a few beers and, as is usual in these places, a bill was placed in a pot each time I ordered. The bills were handwritten and clearly showed the name of beer being purchased together with the US dollar sign proceeded by a 1. Bearing in mind the average price for a draught lager is only 75 cents or less this appeared reasonable. However, when I went to settle my bill the staff produced an actual menu showing the actual price was 2 dollars. Apparently, according to them, the number 1 on the previous bill only referred to the number of units and not the actual price despite the number 1 being clearly linked to the US dollar symbol i.e bill read "lager 1 US$" Having been in Cambodia for 1 month and finding 99% of the Cambodian people to be genuinely welcoming and friendly it is disappointing that these sorts of establishments can exist tainting the very efforts of the tourist industry. The sooner the government take action in closing down these sorts of exploitative businesses the better for the nation as a whole.
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