This restaurant offers both Khmer (Cambodian) and Thai food, and as far as I can tell they do both very well. I've ordered the ling kreung (sp?), the Mekong spinach noodles, #66 (asparagus, coconut milk, pineapple, and your choice of meat), and other dishes. The bubble (boba) tea is very good, and don't miss the coconut ice cream. I haven't been disappointed here, and that's rare in these parts. The decor also features nice Cambodian (I think) art, and occasionally they blare noisy variety shows on the TV to add to the ethnic mom-and-pop restaurant feel.
Pros: large, authentic menu
Cons: slightly off the beaten path