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APAD 144: Phnom Penh’s Noodle House

Posted by on Aug 21, 2011 in A Photo a Day, Addicted to Meme, All things Khmer, Cambodia, Cambodia life, cheap eats, downtown, drinks, food, friends, Mellow Yellow Monday, Phnom Penh, Signs | 0 comments

The sign that never fails to send my salivary glands into a frenzy!
A new find – this noodle-house is a gem! My fellow foodie and I were craving for noodles after watching a movie last week. We consulted our pocket guide and decided to try out this noodle-house along the riverside. With that in mind we¬† hailed a tuk-tuk and directed the driver to go to the riverside. When we reached Street 130, we got off the tuktuk still not knowing where exactly the restaurant is. So, we just wandered off the Psah Kandal 1 area despite the heat. When we saw this sign, we knew right away that this was where we wanted to be – and it’s going to be in our list of great and cheap eats in Phnom Penh.The Noodle House is sort of a street-side cafe with a cosy, friendly atmosphere. They serve all kinds of Asian noodles, especially la mien, or the Chinese pulled-noodles, and they are made fresh everyday. The menu is still small but diverse enough that my friend and I vowed to come back to sample each item in their menu. And oh, the smoothies are a must-try! This street-side noodle-house-cum-cafe is located at the ground floor of a newly-refurbished French colonial style apartment.

Noodle House
#32 AE, St. 130
Psah Kandal 1
Phnom Penh
Tel: 077 919 110

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>Furry Friday #005: Ruby

Posted by on Sep 26, 2008 in Cambodia life, friends, Furry Friday, pets | 0 comments

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This week’s entry to Furry Friday Fun is Ruby, taken when she was not even a year old. Today, at 4 years old, she’s still seen riding the bicycle with her owner A, my former boss.

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>Wordless Wednesday #46: Kung Fu Swimmer

Posted by on Jul 23, 2008 in Around the World, friends, people, Phuket, Wordless Wednesday | 0 comments

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After swimming in Nai Harn beach for several hours, this little fellow (who happens to be my godson) didn’t run out of energy and insisted we also take a dip in their swimming pool. It lasted more than two hours. Mum and Dad could only smile, as this cute little rascal showed off his swimming skills to his Ninang (godmother) Z.

kung fu swimmer
He calls it the Kung Fu jump, one of his many crazy jumps shown to me on that afternoon.

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>Photo Hunt #25 – Water

Posted by on Jun 22, 2008 in Cambodia life, friends, Photo Hunt | 0 comments

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jacuzzi

Nothing beats soaking on the warm, bubbly waters of jacuzzi, after a hard day’s work, or, on a cold night.

Join us here.

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