Steak

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For my steak night (which could be a few days running) I'd always go the 'french' place on riverside next to 130 street. Number 84K on the menu is the one I had, which I think is the pepper sauce version. Can get it with some tasty sauted potatoes. $9.50 with a lime juice, and was usually good.
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Re: Steak

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Of course there is a split charge.
One of you is taking up a seat on a busy night and not fucking ordering..

My advice is to find the Lee Frozen food office in whatever city you live in..PP.. Sihanoukville..Kampot..Siem Reap ...and lay down $100us for a whole ribeye.
they can cut it on their band saw if you want to your desired thickness.
I temper mine a skosh...and break it down into steaks and roasts... refreeze and have 5kg. of joy..
buy some spuds...
For 4 steak nights...I have many wonderful meals...
I usually buy a prime cut New Zealand steer ribeye.
leaner than USA..Brazil.. Argentina... but for about $9.30/lb. us ....I can't go wrong...
I have gone to all 4 of the outlets I named..
they have other offices in cities I have not lived in in Cambodia.
If you want USA beef or Aussie or other cuts ...they are all available...
The office in Kampot is a wonderful little place...easy to find...
Fire up the BBQ...or pan sear..or a Sunday roast..
go for it.
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j57 wrote: Fri Feb 07, 2020 4:38 am Of course there is a split charge.
One of you is taking up a seat on a busy night and not fucking ordering..

My advice is to find the Lee Frozen food office in whatever city you live in..PP.. Sihanoukville..Kampot..Siem Reap ...and lay down $100us for a whole ribeye.
they can cut it on their band saw if you want to your desired thickness.
I temper mine a skosh...and break it down into steaks and roasts... refreeze and have 5kg. of joy..
buy some spuds...
For 4 steak nights...I have many wonderful meals...
I usually buy a prime cut New Zealand steer ribeye.
leaner than USA..Brazil.. Argentina... but for about $9.30/lb. us ....I can't go wrong...
I have gone to all 4 of the outlets I named..
they have other offices in cities I have not lived in in Cambodia.
If you want USA beef or Aussie or other cuts ...they are all available...
The office in Kampot is a wonderful little place...easy to find...
Fire up the BBQ...or pan sear..or a Sunday roast..
go for it.
I get my whole ribeyes from Strokesys, imported from NZ or Aus, fantastic quality. Haven't tried Lees
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Lee's are very good with a big range - the NZ lamb is excellent
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j57 wrote: Fri Feb 07, 2020 4:38 am .
I usually buy a prime cut New Zealand steer ribeye.
leaner than USA..Brazil.. Argentina...
That surprises me - NZ ribeye (or scotch fillet) being leaner.
and I don't usually go for leanness in an a ribeye anyway, as the meat itself is often quite tough.
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I've just been using Dan Meat......I'm happy to learn about some other options, thanks gents. :thumb:
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Confused wrote: Thu Feb 06, 2020 6:04 pm For my steak night (which could be a few days running) I'd always go the 'french' place on riverside next to 130 street. Number 84K on the menu is the one I had, which I think is the pepper sauce version. Can get it with some tasty sauted potatoes. $9.50 with a lime juice, and was usually good.
Resto Du Coin is the name - good food esp the beef cheeks bourginon
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Chez Gaston on St 15 (near E Mart) do a cracking good steak.
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bar 21 does a all you can eat weekly $10. obviously not best quality
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