Buffalo Sister roast

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Buffalo Sister roast

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Name: Buffalo Sister
Address: #128 Street 19 Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Phone: 017 879 403
Website: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Buffalo- ... 8101954162
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So I finally got around to having the roast at Buffalo Sister, $8.50.

My first impression was that the place is very small, which is why you need to book.

It's very clean, and well-organised.

The lamb was done to absolute perfection and the roast potatoes were heavenly.

I was a little confused as to why they only stock one beer, Cambodia beer.

Manager was very professional and not intrusive.

All in all, a very nice meal, the experience would have been much better if it wasn't so bloody hot yesterday.
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Re: Buffalo Sister roast

Post by Dara »

3 rd thing

3 stars

That place is great.

My first concern at any restaurant is "Is it clean". I mean
the food prep area firstly. I like to see the kitchen. Show me
the food.

And the fries are great. They come wrapped up some how that makes
them seem special.

I got the table just inside on the right. The street has just the right
kind and amount of action to be worth watching. And that table has
the best view. The fans hit just right or maybe it was not so hot last year,
because I remember the temp seemed so pleasant.

The guy who owns the place reminds me of Krisdunks in that he says
hello, but doesn't take all your lunch time doing so.
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