Yes, as everyone else has said, it's hard to find. But if you look on a google map it is right behind Svay Pope pagoda and around the corner from You Khin House. It is a charming bistro atmosphere plenty quiet for conversation and bordering on romantic. The wait staff is attentive without being intrusive. The owners are wonderful and also around enough to be interesting but not overly hovering. There were three of us and we split three starters and two main courses. The portions are on the small size but the prices are reasonable. The menu is most interesting including emu and kangaroo but also with more familiar dishes like sea bass, pork belly and duck. Don't expect the flavors to overwhelm you. There is so much chilies used is Asian cuisine that it can numb your taste buds to more subtle flavors. One previous reviewer said the food was bland. I disagree but compared to Tom Yam Soup, it probably does taste bland. The three of us were out the door for $60 including tip and drinks so there is no reason to not give it a try. I'll certainly be back. Wendy and Derrick have a great little gem of a place.
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