I'm in Phnom Penh a few times a year, and always eat here. The decor and lighting make for a romantic European-feeling atmosphere, and the fusion menu has a lovely French flair. The salmon and spinach ravioli in saffron sauce was perfect.
Location is very close to the National Museum (but off the main road, so quieter than down by the river), making it a great spot if you're going to see the Plae Pakaa show at the museum before or after dinner. (It's a great spot to land if Friends restaurant is full, as is often the case, and is just a short walk around the corner.) Prices are a little higher than elsewhere but not too bad ($9 set course menu), and worth it.
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