I can only concur with the previous recent reviews. The food was delicious, the staff were courteous, thoughtful and, in one case, quite entertaining, the setting is, yes, a little oasis, and the work that is being done by this charity is clearly very worthwhile. The food was very reasonably priced and very cheap by western standards. We didn't do the spiders or the red tree ants because it seemed a bit gimmicky, but the Tonle Sap fish was wonderful. You do need to book unless you get there early evening.
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