First trip to a Cambodian resto. Pleasantly compact menu with good choices. Everything was perfectly cooked, nicely seasoned and well presented. Decor is tasteful and modern. Service was quiet but appropriate. We tried a fish-citronella soup (briny, tasty) and wonton (9 year old daughter's choice), pork imperial rolls (large, crispy, very tasty), and three main dishes: a soy sauce friend rice with sweet dry sausage and veg, a pork and bamboo shoot stew, and a coconut milk-based sauce fish. All were very good. Fish dish was marked as spicy but it just pleasantly so, not a distraction. Only oddity was the pumpkin-corn pudding, which I assumed was a cornbread/johnnycake-like with a pumpkin sauce turned out to be warm tapioca with bits of stewed pumpkin and actual sweet corn kernels. While it was tasty, my brain could not stop complaining that I was eating corn for dessert.
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