I ate here several times over the course of a month. The family is lovely, the daughter is such a great server, lovely, cheerful, and hard working. I especially enjoyed the beef lok lak and tamarind fish, and one of the appetizers I just can’t remember what it was since it’s been a few months now. The Khmer salad was good, banana flower, I recommend adding a chili sliced down two sides but left whole, so that tourists can take a small bite of chili to suit their taste, while holding stem in their hand.
The beef lok lak is uniquely prepared here and I quite like it. I think it was thr fried spring rolls that I’m remembering also. I struggled to branch out after finding some dishes here I really liked but I’m sure there’s lots more to enjoy.
I’ll always have fond memories of my time under the fan out front at fathers. The long walk there and back from Wat Bo, and chatting with their hard working daughter. This place does a great job in a town saturated with restaurants, give it a shot.
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