The problem with being ranked very high on TripAdvisor is that customers raise their expectations too high. Thus, our group of 5 were not particularly impressed with the food, ambience, or service. However, the couple who own this seem to be wonderful people focused on contributing to the community and making the world a better place. No small feat.
In this regard I will try to objectively review this restaurant. First off the beer is cheap and the pot ling corn kernels were a tasty treat. The chicken cashew, spicy duck, eel soup (snake is the other option for this dish), and beef strips were about average. 4 out of 5 of us didn't completely finish our meal and the portions were small-medium sized. That speaks for itself. The prices of these dishes were on par, if a bit higher than most restaurants in Siem Reap including Touich Restaurant.
The setting is, as others commented, bare tables with plastic chairs, dim lighting and
If you're expecting a TripAdvisor #1 then this establishment might fall a bit short. I would highly recommend this place as a casual meal or at the very least go for one (or five!) beers, pot ling and down-to-earth company and conversation especially if the owners are there. This is not serious dining. There is a great story and good cause behind this restaurant/project and that should be enough reason to check it out.
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