As a resident in Cambodia you learn to learn to value some of the restaurants that provide really good quality European food (Khmer food is fantastic, but we all need some reminders of home!). The quality of food here is fantastic - ingredients are spot on. The wine is great too.
While it's a tad more expensive than some of the surrounding restaurants, it's really not bad considering the quality of food.
Only down side if the restaurant opposite kind of ruins the atmosphere of the alley i think. So try and get a table inside rather than out in the alley.
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