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Cambodia Restaurant of the Month: Heng Heng restaurant

November 13, 2012 by Khiri Travel |

Heng Heng restaurant, located in Toul kork, is a bit out of the way, but well worth a visit! The Khmer style BBQ is popular with all ages and consists of a hot plate and many plates of meat. The setup, known as ‘’Sac aang’’, meaning fried meat is an assortment of vegetables, meat and seafood which you cook yourself on a hot plate.

Sample a range of different plates of meat, ‘sac goh’ – beef, ‘sac chrook’ – pork ‘boeng kia’ – prawns, and ‘muk’ – squid. The other main ingrediant that can be added is ‘Katom Borang’ – roughly meaning foreign vegetables. Wash it all down with an Angkor beer – the local favourite.

Each plate costs around 6-8,000 reil ($1 – 2 USD) depending on which meat you order.

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