This restaurant is small and simple, but the food was very good. For those not familiar with Cambodian cuisine, it is very similar to Thai. I had the Pnom Penh Roast Duck, which came on a sizzling platter before being smothered in red curry sauce. It was boneless, thinly sliced, and tender. My wife was also happy with her noodle dish, and the fish cake appetizer was very good. The waiting time for our dishes was a bit long. A single friendly woman did the serving, and probably a single person did the cooking as well. The place does not have much atmosphere, but the food was served on nice glass dishes. The cutlery was unusually heavy. There is parking right in front.