When we first arrived we were pleasantly greeted and seated by our host. She kindly pointed out her name at the back of the menu where it also stated that the Geko works with underprivileged Cambodians, paying them better then fair wages, and they pay their taxes (which apparently most restaurants don't)
The prices where a little high at first glance, but understandably after reading the text in the back of the menu.
My wife and I were both more then happy with the portion and quality of our food. Everything tasted fresh and it was really, really good!
My only complaint would be when they brought out the bill. They had two tip cups, one for the cooks and one for the servers. After reading that they already paid better then fair wages, this felt like they were trying to squeeze money out of the tourists.
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