Where do I start? Our family loves ethnic food, all types, but especially Thai and Indian. Angkor offers authentic Cambodian fare. For those who like Thai, Cambodian is similar, and Angkor, I dare say better. We started with a Na-Tainga. Imagine, if you will, a stack of non-sweet rice krispy treats served with a spiced pork sauce. That description doesn't do justice but I'd drive 100 miles out of my way to eat this again. All four entrees engendered much nom-nom-noming from my kids, wife and myself. I had the Panang curry, a sweet and spicy coconut-sauced melody of your chosen protein (I opted for the chicken), red and green peppers, peas, and garlic. Both my kids ordered the Kuteev Chha, a thick noodled red curry, and my wife ordered a lemon grass flavored dish. All were spiced to order and served with impeccably friendly service in more than ample proportions.
This BYOB is a gem; a random strip mall find, decorated with what appears to be actual Cambodian art and woodcarvings.
Definite a must visit!
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