First, I could not find the place. I called and the owner could not tell me where it was although I told him I was so close and describe the stores around me. I was only across the street and If he had only informed me that it was in an office plaza it would have helped. I asked him to come out and meet me. I looked across the street and saw a man that looked Cambodian and ran across the street toward him.He did not wait, although I found the name of the cafe on the directory found downstairs. I was disappointed that it wasn't a sit down, waiter comes and takes order type place, and I was tired and hungry from a 4 hour drive. I love vegetarian, non-fried rice paper rolls, so I ordered two servings and tofu with veggies. When owner brought me the rolls I was livid. It was wrapped in some kind of green paper, not rice paper. And it only contained cucumbers and carrots. I called him over and asked him where are the other items I'm use to seeing in spring rolls: such as: Vermicelli, tofu, basil, etc. He said that's how they make it in Cambodia. I told him I don't like cucumbers and could not eat it. He took it away and credit it. (still waiting for the 6.32 credit.) When I was served the main meal I was glad that the tofu was not fried. I didn't want red peppers, so I asked him for more Bokchoy and he did not comply. There was more rice then food and that was not what I wanted to eat the most of. I was so hungry I begrudgedly ate it and left still hungry. So I went to the mall and had a sandwich.
When I first read about this restaurant in the Hotel's booklet I was happy, as I like soup. I had no idea it was Asian. I only went out of curiosity to eat food from another country unknown to me. And will not return to that place, even to find out from the owner where my credit is.
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