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Sher-e-punjab on St.130 is good. Bit pricier than other options, (relatively speaking) but portions are huge. Maybe around 5-7$ for mains. Dosa Corner on the corner of Pasteur and 278 is also good and very cheap. Around 3-5$ will get you a nice meal.
Sher-e-punjab is my favourite in Phnom Penh as well.. and has been for years.
I always order too much because I love their food so much but I can never finish it all. (Even though I try my best every time). And I can't do much else either after eating there. I'm always so stuffed that I have to go home and lie down for a couple of hours or until I'm sure my stomach isn't going to burst.
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Well, I don't recommend it any more!
"Good evening sir , nice to seÃ« you again" "a can of Anchor , please" "I'm sorry we don't have any Anchor, only Angkor in cans"
Wouldn't even go out and buy half a dozen cold ones from a stall down the road! So I left. Went to TasteBuds instead and it was excellent. None of that how spicy do you want the korma / vindaloo nonsense. It came as cooked by the non english speaking chef , another good sign.
I went to Sher-E-Punjab and deliciousness was had. It was funny because upon sitting down, I realized I ate there last time I was in town 4 years ago. Better this time as I was with my partner instead of that bitchy American NGO worker I was boning.