My wife and I found ourselves close to Oakland's Chinatown so we decided to eat dinner. In the outskirts of all the Chinese restaurants is Phnom Penh House, a Cambodian restaurant. As of this year this restaurant has been here for 26 years and is family run.
Cambodian food is new to me so I ordered based on TA reviewer comments. Dinner was delicious! We ordered that shredded eggplant with ground pork and shrim (Traop Ang), the Moarn Ang Kreun a charbroiled boneless chicken thighs, and Cha Kathiw which is a Pad Thai like rice noodle dish. We finished with a tasty Chhet Chean which is a deep fried banana with vanilla ice cream.
The dishes are very rich and I was surprised we took half home for tomorrow's lunch. We certainly will be back to try more if their attractive, tasty dishes.