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Cheap ($1 - $5) but excellent food in Phnom Penh - A guide

Hello everyone.

From time to time I encounter questions about cheap Phnom Penh food and I must admit that it's not my category of dining, always afraid to choose the not-so-good street food. This is basically a lack of knowledge on my side. So when I came across this guide in the Friday edition of the Phnom Penh Post I was delighted as it contains great food for low prices.

Ever had a plate of 10 oysters (cold or barbecued) for $3? I will try it next time I'm around.

To my delight an absolute favourite of mine is mentioned: Indonesian restaurant Warung Bali, a must for me each time I'm in PP. Mentioned is Ayam bumbu Bali, deep fried chicken in Balinese traditional sauce, and the price? $2!

As the water runs out of my mouth now, I will stop and give you the link, click on it and indulge in cheap, excellent food.

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/post-weeke … c-57456997

Cheers

Joe
Cambodia expat-advisor
Expat.com team

OMG ya shitin me how I so can't wait to land an start looking around 14 days in PP then I'll be based out at kirivong

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