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Pho Yong, Siem Reap, Cambodia

I had 4 bowls of pho while in Cambodia (Siem Reap + Phnom Penh), and this one was probably the best that I came across. The soup is tasty and translucent, which is how I like it. Most pho in Cambodia are USD $2.50 (2012), and this place is no exception. As for garnishes for the pho this place provides the usual: Thai basil, culantro, lime, bean sprouts, sliced red chilies. But there was one item that I had not seen before. (Please refer to photo.) Some people sitting next to us were having some dubious looking dim-sum, why would anyone want to eat dim-sum at a pho joint??

While here, go next door and check out the Khmer Ceramics Fine Arts Center, they make and sell some nice ceramic ware at reasonable prices.


This is the garnish I have not seen before.

The view near the entrance.

Look out for this red and yellow sign from the main road.


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This entry was posted on February 6, 2012 by in Cambodia, Eat and tagged , , .
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