While the title references a well-known slice of "Americana," this restaurant should be, for anyone who happens to be Japanese, to be like a restaurant from the home turf - far far away from home. They have produced the atmosphere; they have almost produced the taste of the real thing given the variance in raw ingredients they must be contending with here in Phnom Penh; and, what they offer is attracting the Japanese community to eat there on a regular basis. I ordered Unajun - eel donburi - which is one of my favorite dishes in all of Japanese cuisine - it was good, but it did not blow my skirt up! If you like Japanese food, and have a hankering, this place is a good candidate for one of the best in this village.
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