I am always scared of an empty restaurant, so when we pulled up, I was hesitant, but it was late and we were starving, so we took a chance.
I am SOOO glad that we did!! The food is delicious, the portions are huge and it is cheap.
I got the mixed sticks, 2 chicken and 2 beef with papaya salad, rice and a spring roll. The chicken was the best sate I've ever had. When I told the waiter, he had the cook come out, and she said they marinate it over night. It was perfectly tender and juicy. The beef had a good taste, but quality wise, not as great as the chicken.
My husband got a GIGANTIC bowl of soup that could have fed a family of 4. They asked if he wanted chicken, beef or shrimp, and he got shrimp, which were gorgeous, but the broth was beef, so sort of weird together, but still yum especially on a chilly night.
It was a little bright and the light rock radio station was a bit annoying, but the pictures of Cambodia were beautiful.
Our waiter (who I think might be the owner) said this is the only Cambodian restaurant in ATL.
So get your body in there so it is not empty next time we come~!
Pros: GREAT CHEAP FOOD!
Cons: a little bright, bad radio music