Phnom Penh – New Year’s Eve Brunch
What better way to close out the year than enjoy a meal at Phnom Penh?
This restaurant is so popular that it’s always busy. Knowing that, we arrived when they first opened (10am). By 11am, there was already a line up of diners waiting for an empty table.
Is there anything as gorgeous as a big plate of Butter Beef?
Before I answer that question, here’s the Steamed Rice Rolls.
Now the reason that most people come here is for the Deep-Fried Chicken Wings… and they’re spectacular!
Now, going back to my original question… is there anything as gorgeous as a big plate of Butter Beef? How about an XL order of Luc Lac Beef? Normally, I order #35 which has a smaller serving of Luc Lac Beef served with rice and a fried egg. But you could always order a full order of Luc Lac Beef and add 2 fried eggs! It doesn’t come with rice, but there’s an answer for that too.
Just order a big plate of fried rice to go along with the Luc Lac Beef!
244 East Georgia Street
Posted on February 16, 2016, in Cambodian, Restaurant Review, Vietnamese and tagged Butter Beef, Cambodian, Chicken Wings, Chinatown, Food, Fried Rice, Luc Lac Beef, restaurant review, Vancouver, Vietnamese. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
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