In Phnom Penh, there are so many choices when it comes to eating good food.
If a dish of noodles is your favorite like mine, then let’s find out some of the best restaurants in town. What you will find in my selections are: Chinese noodle styles, Cambodian noodle (Num Banh Chok), Ramen, and Udon.
Highly recommended: the best place to eat fried noodle in Phnom Penh. Located on Charles de Gaulle Blvd (217) and corner of street Ung Pokun (109): https://goo.gl/maps/tbvU43YUwwpRYhWh9
Lort cha: Cambodia’s most favorite street food
Like a Chinese city, having noodle soup for breakfast is quite common. So every morning, it’s not hard to stroll the city streets and find your breakfast noodle fix.
‘Most of us have a personal favourite ‘kuy teav’ spot. 🍜 Where in Phnom Penh is yours?
Kuy teav is what the locals in Phnom Penh call. This name is very old, so it sounds like guǒtiáo from the Cambodia’s Teochew community. How about Chinese noodle soup made in Cambodia by Khmer?
Steamy ‘kuy teav’ is great quick breakfast fix.
This Khmer Chinese flavorful kuy teav is what you should taste each you’re in Cambodia’s Phnom Penh.
According to Wikipedia, “Kuyteav is a Cambodian noodle soup consisting of rice noodles with pork stock and toppings. A popular breakfast dish in Cambodia, kuyteav can be found at marketplace stalls, roadside vendors, and restaurants.”
This steaming bowl of (either chicken or beef or pork) broth filled with noodles is everyday Cambodian breakfast to start a beautiful day with coffee.
- Angkor Duck Noodle
This shop on the main Kampuchea Krom boulevard is one my favorites.
- Ching Ye Taiwan Food & Café
The only place I have had Taiwanese beef noodle soup in Phnom Penh. I love this bowl of noodles in hot broth accompanied by tender braised beef.
- Phnom Penh Noodle Shack
- Sesame Noodle Bar (unfortunately closed)
- Chinese Noodle Restaurant
- Noodle House
- Ramen at CJCC Food Court
- Merugame Udon