After the telephone-book size menus of so many restaurants in Phnom Penh – which offer Eastern, Western and Khmer – it is refreshing to go to a Spanish place that prints their menu daily. And it is never more than a page and a half because what they bought at the market that morning is on the menu that evening.
Everything is tapas, and only tapas which are perfect for sharing. Goat cheese balls to drool over; duck livers that melt in your mouth; something new to try that wasn’t offered yesterday. And the wine list is extensive.
Upstairs there is a lounge where you can relax. Sink into the sofas in one of the private venues or head for the balcony for some fresh air. Relaxby listening to the music – played on vinyl records – and imbibing the ambience.
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