Larrys bar and Grill Street 110

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Larrys bar and Grill Street 110

Postby picooie » Wed Jun 04, 2014 6:18 pm

Larry's Bar and Grill
Street 110 one block up from sisowath

The last two nights I ate dinner at Larry's. Sorry no pictures I have a cheap mobile phone.For years I have eaten at Blue Dolphin and was looking for something different.Larry's, I had sort of mixed feelings about the place. The restaurant its self is done very nice. The first night we had Calamari, Nicose (sp?) salad and pizza. The pizza was excellent. Blue Dolphin's salad was much better. The Calamari was also excellent. The second night my wife had a steak and I ordered the baked chicken. The steak was good but just about the same as Blue Dolphin and two dollars more expensive than Blue Dolphin. The mashed potatoes were very dry and a super small helping of vegetables. Blue Dolphin has fantastic mashed potatoes and great vegetables. I ordered the chicken. For $7.50 you would think it would be half a chicken but no a leg and thigh.That seemed very over priced. The sauce was good but tasted like it had been warmed over and over for days. My mashed potatoes were just as bad as the wifes and super small helping of vegetables. We did have the goat cheese salad for a starter and it was fabulous!!! I was one of the best salads I have had a any restaurant in a very long time. Overall I have this feeling that the menu is spotty. If you know what to order you can get great food. It is about 20 % more expensive than Blue Dolphin. In the end taking away Larry's is a nicer restaurant I would call it a pretty close draw on which is better.

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Re: Larrys bar and Grill Street 110

Postby Flexnez » Wed Jun 04, 2014 6:44 pm

I like Larry's italian sausage and bolognaise pizzas. His burgers are also good.
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Re: Larrys bar and Grill Street 110

Postby General Mackevili » Wed Jun 04, 2014 7:32 pm

Flexnez wrote:I like Larry's italian sausage and bolognaise pizzas.
I've heard it's the best pizza in Phnom Penh.
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Re: Larrys bar and Grill Street 110

Postby picooie » Wed Jun 04, 2014 7:37 pm

The Italian Sausage Pizza is one of the best I have had in PP...and I like my pizza

If you like goat cheese the goat cheese salad with a fantastic vinegarette is to die for. You won't find that at Blue Dolphin

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Re: Larrys bar and Grill Street 110

Postby JBTrain » Thu Jun 05, 2014 8:57 am

I love Larry's Mexican Chorizo pizza, currently an off menu item but usually available. The thing with that and the Italian Sausage are that they are really greasy. I figure it comes with the territory but if you're a greasaphobe be advised.
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Re: Larrys bar and Grill Street 110

Postby OrangeDragon » Thu Jun 05, 2014 2:02 pm

JBTrain wrote:I love Larry's Mexican Chorizo pizza, currently an off menu item but usually available.
I feel you were remiss in your duties as a fellow American because of your failure to mention this to me while I was in town!!!

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Now I know where I'll be gaining 5lbs next time I make it up there.. or g-mack will have to bring one with him next time he comes down... though I don't have a lot of faith that it would arrive whole.
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Re: Larrys bar and Grill Street 110

Postby JohnnyPoster » Thu Jun 05, 2014 5:14 pm

Larry's pizzas are really good, though not my personal favorite in town. His ravioli is also great, and most things on the specials board are very well done. Plus, Larry is a great guy and the staff have always taken good care of me. That and cold a/c make it worth the mark up from places like Blue Dolphin.
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Re: Larrys bar and Grill Street 110

Postby GMJS-CEO » Thu Jun 05, 2014 7:14 pm

Best pizza in Phnom Penh - Larrys
Best delivery pizza in Phnom Penh - Brooklyn

I told Larry to start delivery but he seemed hesitant.
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Re: Larrys bar and Grill Street 110

Postby Lonestar » Thu Jun 05, 2014 11:07 pm

Why would you compare Larry's to Blue Dolphin??? I think they are after a different market.
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Re: Larrys bar and Grill Street 110

Postby OrangeDragon » Thu Jun 05, 2014 11:18 pm

Blue Dolphin does have a pretty great pizza.


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