Addicted to fine dining!

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Nicolas wrote: Sat Nov 09, 2019 6:36 am
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fax wrote: Fri Nov 08, 2019 7:28 am There is cheap fine dining. Just don’t order the Alaska seafood and it’s as cheap as it gets considering it’s all import.

Khéma Pasteur does a good value ($12 ex VAT & SC iirc) all you can eat breakfast and lunch.

Open Wine also does a 3 course lunch but I forget the price.

You can go to Iza next to Rosewood and order their $9 ramen and drink water but your minimum 330 ml bottle of Perrier will cost you at least half of that so don’t go there if you are thirsty.

Naga buffet across Naba theatre, $15.

Khéma de la Poste wine and cheese special.

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Khema, just don’t order steak. They can’t cook it properly.

Other meals there have been good
Khéma, and order the steak, especially the Café de Paris.
Khéma has a no charge policy if for any reasons the dish disappoints. Unhappy with the steak -> the steak is waived from the bill. (Just don’t eat the steak and lick the sauce of course Image).

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Multiple guests didn’t enjoy the steak, I tried and it just wasn’t good or cooked properly. The other 5 or so times I have gone and not had steak was a good experience.

I’ll have my steaks at Armands or NYSH instead. I liked Vans, it’s closed?
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Where is this Khema place? Do they have a similar deal for dinner? I am not really into stuffing myself early in the day. Food certainly looks enticing.
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phuketrichard wrote: Fri Nov 08, 2019 10:56 am 1. Hard to eat great food in Cambodia
2. Nearly impossible to eat great food ANYWHERE on a budget
bollox
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johnny lightning wrote: Sat Nov 16, 2019 4:51 am Where is this Khema place? Do they have a similar deal for dinner? I am not really into stuffing myself early in the day. Food certainly looks enticing.
It is across the street from Hops
https://www.khema-restaurant.com/

They have 3 other locations also
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