I have been here about 6 times and I have never had a bad meal. For appetizers, and you want something different, try their cold Kimchi or their Cambodian beef carpaacco. Both are good and not on all menus. If you want a more mainstream appetizer the Crab Rangoon or the spring rolls will hit the spot.
I love their Pad Thai with chicken as a main course. For something different try their Malaysian Clay Pot. Chicken, onion, peppers and veggies in a yellow Malaysian curry.
The place is very clean and the decor is a little more upscale than the normal Asian restaurant you might visit. Service is quick and efficient.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.