Best 'fry up' breakfast and best Sunday lunch

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Best 'fry up' breakfast and best Sunday lunch

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For me:

Breakfast - The pub 174 street
Sunday lunch - Roast beef (can ask for it rare) at Shanghai bar (178)
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Buffalo Sister does a great Sunday Roast, you can choose from chicken, pork, beef or lamb. It's around $8.00 more or less depending on the meat. It's on 454 just off Monivong but they'll deliver.
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John Bingham wrote: Thu Feb 06, 2020 7:41 pm Buffalo Sister does a great Sunday Roast, you can choose from chicken, pork, beef or lamb. It's around $8.00 more or less depending on the meat. It's on 454 just off Monivong but they'll deliver.
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I 2nd buffalo sisters.
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Re: Best 'fry up' breakfast and best Sunday lunch

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What's a cornichon ? (realise I could google it)

Btw, obvs Shanghai's 172 not 178. My bad.
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Confused wrote: Thu Feb 06, 2020 10:37 pm What's a cornichon ? (realise I could google it)
What the British call Gherkins.

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A cornichon is a very small gherkin.
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John Bingham wrote: Fri Feb 07, 2020 10:00 am A cornichon is a very small gherkin.
True! :D
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Re: Best 'fry up' breakfast and best Sunday lunch

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Shenanigans do a good Sunday roast. Big portion and reasonably priced.

$8 for chicken, I think. A bit more for pork or beef.

On Street 13 near Kandal Market. Between streets 136 and 144.

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I went Shenanigan's for the first time on Sunday and had their mixed roast dinner. That was a pretty decent, hefty meal. $12 for the mixed roast. Just chicken was around $8, pork $9, and beef maybe $10, I'll definitely go back :thumb:

The chicken was really tasty and nice and moist, beef was plentiful and came with horseradish, and the pork wasn't bad, had some chewy crackling left on it still but maybe a bit too much fat for my personal taste, but the actual pork was nice and moist too, could have definitely done with some apple sauce though.
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Brass Monkey in Kampot did a decent english breakfast.

I'll third Shenanigan's for Sunday lunch. Most of the food in there is decent.
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