Phnom Penh (Chinatown/Strathcona/DTES)

Phnom Penh When I told my friends Minna and Jay (The Network Hub) that I had never been to Phnom Penh they looked at me as though they had seen a ghost. “How is it possible that you are a foodie and you’ve never been to Phnom Penh?”, they both asked me. I had to smile sheepishly. A few days ago, our common friend Ganesh (another entrepreneur at The Network Hub), Minna, Jay and I dined at Phnom Penh.

Phnom Penh I am glad we did, because I had a chance to see for myself what the fuss was all about. Let me tell you one thing – it’s a pretty packed place. I ordered egg noodles with chicken and beef, which were good and filling. I think I’m so used to spicy food that I didn’t go completely crazy on the noodles, but they were really tasty. AND the chicken wings. The chicken wings at Phnom Penh are famous, and they have good reason.

Overall, it was a lot of fun to have dinner with Ganesh, Jay and Minna, and to try a new place. I’ll have to come back another time, but at least I have had the chance to know what Phnom Penh is like. I have crossed one of the items in my to-do-list!

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  3. North Strathcona Pre-WWI Mural (East Side of Vancouver, Strathcona)
  4. Union Food Market (Strathcona, Chinatown, DTES)
  5. Hanoi Pho (Chinatown/DTES)

Comments (1)

livJune 10th, 2010 at 7:49 am

glad you enjoyed Phnom Penh – i used to go there a lot b/c my doctor’s office was nearby. I always got the soup noodles.

also glad you enjoyed my italian edition of hump day hunks!!

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