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- 8am – 10pm
Authentic Fresh Handmade Chinese Noodles and Dumplings. Healthy rice bran oil is used in all dishes.
30 May, 2012Take my review out if it is not appropriate - no we didnt eventually have the food there.
- Phnom Penh
- Not Sure.
Read the reviews about the place on this site and was looking forward to trying it. Outside has a great presentation with a guy doing hand pull noodles from the scratch.
Walked in, few bowls that have noodle sit on it for sometimes were with flies presumably it is for the other table in the restaurant. we didnt know why they were not served). The part we cant stand the most was the staff manner. we had to pick up the menu ourselves (not a big deal), we looked through and asked the staff few questions about dishes - she just can not be bothered and rude. We ordered few things (noodles, dumplings) then she left to the other table which apparently had been waiting for their food for more than 40 minutes. Instead of apologizing about the incident, this very same staff shrugged the shoulders and said what can she do - it is only one guy making noodles. He cant do it fast. We overheard the whole thing and asked her how long our food would be. She said she didnt know... We walked out.
28 May, 2012Little Noodle Shop is found in the 'new' Backpacker area on st 172, where several new cafes and restaurants are popping up to feed the occupants of the many new guest houses. As the name suggests it is in a 'little 'hole in the wall' shop, well decorated & good utilisation of the compact space. It is clean & friendly & a simple menu of Hand Made Noodles, Dumplings, Noodle Soups & Fried Rice. You can sit & watch the young men make the fresh noodles to order & prepare your dishes at the front of the shop on a well designed & Clean preparation area. Simple Prawn Noodle Soup & Fried Pork Dumplings were ordered. The Broth for the Prawn Noodle Soup was fresh & Full Flavoured, only requiring a dash of chili/garli/soy to bring out its true robust. Neat mashed Prawn Dumplings & wilted Pak Choy, accompanied the Fresh slippery Noodles.The Fried Pork Dumplings were crisper than tried elsewhere & thankfully lacked the residue of oil that is often found inside the little pockets. The coffee was a let down, but the Noodles did not.
Must tries: noodle soup,fried dumplings with pork
01 March, 2012It may be small but it's cosy, got an upstairs and a sofa lounge which is quite cool. Best thing is the chef hand makes the noodles at the FRONT of the restaurant so you know they are fresh. Dumplings are really good not bland like other places. Everything is tip-top to be honest, they advertise that they use rice bran oil for all their cooking and give you links to look at and it's true it is the healthiest oil in the world, must say I was shocked, something like 10 x better than olive oil and you can tell. Staff are friendly and the place is relaxed, play some cool 60's and 70's music in the background (which is different) It's owned by a Kymer woman called Sopheap and a guy from Wales, think it's Jason, he's not there a lot but he's a cool guy and very informative about the town. This is by far the best chinese noodle house I've been to and I have been to 6 in town, the dumplings recipes are head and shoulders above the rest, they have a magic ingredient! They serve red and white wine too which is nice. I also urge anyone who likes kymer art to go as it is also an art gallery and ask them to look at the postcards they have hundreds and hundreds of them, super cool.
- Good Peter
I also recommend this place for:
Type of Meal : Breakfast, Brunch, Supper/Night Dining, Cheap Eat/Budget, Lunch, Dinner, Healthy Eating, Vegetarians, Take Away, Hi Tea Occasion : Large Group, Children/Family, After Work, Private Dining, Chillout Atmosphere : Quiet/Peaceful, Hidden Find Others : Wine Lists, Beer Lists
- Great Review!
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