Phnom Penh Restaurant
6 expert reviews
““Renowned butter beef”, “fantastic” chicken wings and other “cheap” Cambodian-Vietnamese eats satisfy diners who “need a fix” at this “casual”, family-run kitchen in Chinatown.”
"A perennial contender for, and occasional recipient of, the Vancouver magazine award for the city's best Asian restaurant." Full review
"Expect constant queues at lunch at the best Cambodian-Vietnamese restaurant in town, and without doubt the best meal you will find in Chinatown." Full review
"Excellent, cheap Vietnamese and Cambodian cuisine, especially seafood, in a friendly, family-oriented restaurant. Most dishes cost around $9–14."
"Putting out gargantuan quantities of utterly addictive deep-fried chicken wings and marinated butter beef that's seared then splashed with lime juice, fish sauce and fried garlic." Full review
"Double up on deep-fried chicken wings, shatteringly crisp and served with lemon pepper sauce, and butter beef, a take on carpaccio topped with a lip-smacking sweet-sour-salty sauce." Full review