This restaurant is an excellent stop - and break - after visiting the genocide museum (S-21) in Phnom Pehn. Perfect to unwind a bit after the museum, and good, calm atmosphere.
We took the advice of previous reviewers and ordered 2 soups - they were right. Chinese soup (without dumplings), and the spice thom soup. Both were good, flavourful, and cheap. We also took a stab at the chicken leg - we'd never had it before. Interesting flavours with the lemongrass - although oily, we both enjoyed.
Overall meal was cheap - 11,500R (under $3USD) for two - with good portion sizes. We were disappointed that they didn't have any Bao (steamed buns), but that's how it goes sometimes. We would definitely go back.Pros: cheap, location, delish soups
Cons: some oily dishes, menu items not avail