We really enjoyed our meal here. We went on a Sunday night, and it was quite quiet - so we got to chat extensively with Phiippe and his lovely wife. The food was absolutely delicious - fabulous Cambodian cooking - or French, if you prefer. I chose Cambodian (incredible)...although I was very sorely tempted by Philippe's tartiflette. The profiteroles sunk us finally - so delicious and such a huge helping.
A great evening - very much recommended.
As for the plastic straws that so upset the previous reviewer. OF COURSE, we are all on board with cutting down the plastic - this goes without saying. And Philippe is working hard to provide a viable alternative that they can make work. So no need to get your knickers in such a right-on twist, mate. They are truly doing their best under what must be difficult circumstances. Since you are on such moral high ground, environmentally speaking, we can only presume that you travel everywhere by boat - it must have taken you ages to get to Cambodia from Europe - so you must be some kind of saint. .
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