Cambodian Dinner and Drinks for Two or Four at Angkor Restaurant (Up to 55% Off)

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Cambodian dishes such as spicy papaya salad, phnom penh noodle soup with ground pork and fish patties, and lemongrass beef sour soup

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Expires Mar 20th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Must purchase a food item. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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  • $12 for $25 worth of Cambodian cuisine and drinks for two
  • $25 for $55 worth of Cambodian cuisine and drinks for four

Entrees include lemongrass beef soup ($14.95), moun prahok khnop, a blend of chicken and pork grilled in a banana leaf ($11.95), and stir-fried noodles with shrimp ($9.95). See the full menu.

Angkor Restaurant

To make her signature dish, moun prahok khnop, Angkor Restaurant’s chef, Kimhuor Tieng, starts with prahok, a potent fermented fish paste that many consider the cornerstone of Cambodian cuisine. She blends the paste with chicken, ground pork, and sweet lemongrass and grills the meaty bundle in a banana leaf. Moun prahok khnop is one of many Cambodian dishes inspired by the chef’s own family recipes. Others include fragrant seafood soups and stews and luc lac––pan-fried beef cubes in lime sauce. She elegantly plates her entrees, accenting them with sprigs of basil and vegetables carved into intricate flower blossoms and table numbers. “She loves to cook. She has a great eye for presentation,” says Angkor Restaurant owner Ly Choing.

Mr. Choing says that he opened Angkor Restaurant as a way to share his culture with fellow Philadelphians. That mission plays out not just in the authentic food, but also in the dining room itself; a cheerful red trim borders the perimeter, framing large canvas murals that Mr. Choing imported from Cambodia.


Tips

  • “Great food, friendly staff”

  • “Keep up the good work”

  • “The server was friendly and knew the menu well. He made great recommendations. The food was fresh and delicious.”

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