Member Reviews (2)
- Father's RestaurantMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesWellness+ 3Nov 07, 2013
A small but clean food stall run by a Cambodian-Chinese family. While our dinner of amok (smiliar to Singaporean otah), stir-fried vegetables and Khmer sweet and sour fish soup was passable, the fish chunks were of the frozen variety and the amok was the wimpy "tourists can't stomach chilli" version. Not quite the homey, local hole-in-the-wall I was hoping for.
Date of visit: Oct 2011
Location: opposite the Central Market (New Market)
Note: They have moved to House 239, Street 9, west of the Old Market
- Father's RestaurantFirst to ReviewAug 03, 2012
This is a great place to get really good Cambodian food. The food is excellent and the prices are incredibly cheap. Family run restaurant and is located just behind the old market. I highly recommend the salted back pork ribs and the sweet and sour chicken! They do have western food on the menu, but I would stick to the Cambodian food, that's the good stuff!