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Khmer Politics Soap Opera


Those of us who are keen observers of the great Asian soap-opera that is Khmer politics have had an interesting month or so to say the least. A chain reaction of events, some moving so swiftly and fluidly that it…

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Restaurant Review: New Bird – Phnom Penh


New Bird II: the return to eat No 4, Street 278. Tel: 012 42 95 42 After having such a surprisingly good brunch here the other week, I was passing by on a trip out of the office and decided…

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Hannibal:The NGO Dinner Party


”Say, did you see Hannibal last night,” Charles asks me. ”Yeah, it was on the pirate TV channel. You saw it too?” ”I was up late.” I laugh. Charles and I spend a lot of time working together and then…

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Street Corner Dining a la Khmer


The Lord Playboy Fine Dining Register Street Corner Dining a la Khmer Khmer treats and sweets around Phnom Penh Expatriate life and living in Phnom Penh is not all four star restaurants, wine bars and lavish dinner parties. Day to…

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XXL Restaurant: Phnom Penh


The Lord Playboy Fine Dining Register XXL Restaurant European and Asian cuisine; heavy Belgian (French) influence. 227 Sisowath Quay (the riverfront) Tel: 012 350 831 or 023 990 691 Email: [email protected] Web: www.xxl-cambodia.com VISA and MasterCard accepted at 3% surcharge…

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2005: Where Did the Year Go?


So another year has drawn to a close; a new one looms on the horizon like a passing ship to Robinson Crusoe. Will it bring pirates to murder and plunder, or is it a luxury cruise liner that will whisk…

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Tell Restaurant and Bar


Tell Restaurant and Bar Swiss, German, International, Khmer. 13, Street 90, Phnom Penh Tel: 012 870 119 Email: [email protected] Beer garden style seating available outside or Spanish taverna meets IKEA inside. VISA and MasterCard accepted; big bike enthusiasts welcomed warmly….

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The Khmer Kitchen Restaurant


North-West corner of the intersection of Streets 57 and 310, Phnom Penh, 012 712 541 Traditional wooden Khmer house in a garden setting tables and chairs downstairs; low tables and cushions upstairs. A former colleague and friend of mine was…

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EuroPlug au gratin Mary Restaurant


EuroPlug au gratin Mary Restaurant Food served: a sort of Khmer with a hint of Italian, maybe. Monivong Boulevard, the North East corner of the Monivong and Street 360 intersection. I was a little hesitant to try this place for…

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Fishy Fishy Fish, Treats and Eats:Prahok, et al


Or, everything you always wanted to know about Cambodian fish products, but were too afraid to ask. As an Englishman, I like my fish either very simple, battered cod and chips, or very, very, fancy, say, a Crisp Skin Fillet…

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