Tel: +855 23 630 2254
- 11.30am – 2.30pm, 5pm – 10pm
- USD6 – 10
- Price Range:
Based on 2 reviews
24 May, 2012my partner and i went here and got a table full of different dishes and a few beers all for about $20. The gyozas are perticuarly great and i really enjoyed the miso soup and they had japanese rice which was cooked perfectly and went very well with all the tepinyaki dishes we ordered. nice ambience and good service.
- Kiara Notaras
- I spent about USD10 Per Person
Must tries: gyozas
08 July, 2011We were looking forward to try Okonomikayi (Japanese Pizza) as we have heard this is the only place in Phnom Penh for it. The restaurant was packed at night with the combination of local and expats crowds which of course makes a nice change.
- Live to Enjoy
- Not Sure.
- I spent about USD6 Per Person
Menu features Teppankayi (dishes cooked using iron plates) and Khmer dishes which is unusual for Japanese restaurants. Teppankayi station looks good, situated in front of the restaurant. We ordered grilled fish with ginger sauce, teriyaki chicken, tofu salad and traditional Okonomikayi with pork and dried fish topping. Food was served quickly after ordered. Fish and chicken was nicely seasoned(especially the fish with ginger sauce) but way overcooked. On the other hand, Okonomikayi can be left on the cooking iron plate for a little longer. The cabbage in the flour was still literally crunchy. It would be nice to put a bit more topping sauce or bring the topping sauce together with the pizza. Diners can add more sauce if they want their pizza to be more tasty.
Service was good and attentive. Drinks was reasonably priced. My dinner partner and I were debating about score to give to Happa. I supposed overall cost of the meal and what we ordered would make dining experience was good. However, if we value the food more than cost of the food itself, we would probably go back when the Teppankayi chef gets settled at the grill station more.
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