We went on our first night in PP, and then after a week in Siem Reap, we came back again on our way home! We REALLY enjoyed the beautiful, atmospheric courtyard tables and lovely service. But the FOOD! Mouth-watering. I absolutely believe this chef deserves the accolades he has gained for his efforts in Khmer cuisine. The first night we had the best fish amoc we had in Cambodia, plus prahoc ktis on the waitress's recommendation, with some delicious meat skewers to start. We also had jasmine rice in lotus leaf with beef, and for dessert black sticky rice pudding. A bottle of agreeable viognier worked a treat with the flavours. Go go go!
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