The name implies something Cambodian and exotic, but the menu is a mix of noodle soups and some fairly standard looking Aussie Chinese stuff. It's a matter of opinion, but we much prefer the noodle soups a couple of stalls down at Won Ton Noodle House. The stir fry dishes are pretty good though, we particularly liked the salted fish fried rice. And prawn dishes for $8? Gotta be happy with that. This place has been around a long time and has some long time fans.
Phnom Penh Noodle Soup - about $7 - a clear, pleasant, Chinese broth with egg noodles and bits of many critters including offal and blood cubes. Google tells us that there's many different versions of this soup, the common thread seems to be rice noodles, a clear broth and a variety of meats. While it is Chinese\Khmer in origin it also seems popular in Vietnam. You can also have this 'dry', with the noodles and bits in one bowl and the soup broth in another.
Wonton and fishball noodle soup - about $7.
Alison was impressed with the large array of help-yourself sauces on offer.
Salted fish fried rice - about $8. Rustic with lovely smoky wok and salty fishy flavours. Some joints skimp on the salty fish, not here. We loved this.
Prawn chow mein - about $8. Ordered in honour of Shawn's dad who loves his chow mein. We enjoyed this much more than we expected, particularly the perfectly cooked chopped Chinese green stems, and the generous handful of prawnies. The egg noodles prove a nice change to rice.