Phnomenon: food in Cambodia
Khmer food, restaurant reviews and recipes served to you from Phnom Penh by Phil Lees
Sun-drying fish near Psar Chas, Phnom Penh.
Dish o’ fish – my screensaver!
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check out phy’s blog from Japan: http://phyinjapan.blogspot.com/
where there are Cambodians, there are fish drying in the sun.
Maybe I should interview Phy for the lowdown on Khmer food in Nagoya, and do a followup article on Nagoya-jin in Cambodia. As a small aside, the new Japanese place (Ohan?) near Phnom Penh Centre is excellent – it’ll give Yuki at Kokoro a run for his money.
Ah, but Phil, does Ohan(?) have many, many, photos of phallic shaped rock formations in Arizona to amuse their customers?
LP – No. Nor does it have an excellent 80’s pop soundtrack.
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