Khmer food adventure after a day spent in seclusion. | | Field Guide To Awesome!
Shhhhh!!! Don't tell my NH Bed that I nearly wrote poetry to my Khmer Bed. The sweet comfy bed, AC, and decent wifi kept me indoors most of the day. By about 7pm I was getting hungry and I read about the "BBQ place around the corner". People know where it is but not the name. It is huge, and quite local. I found it, but at first I thought it was a garage. Lol. I managed to communicate that I wanted to sit down and order food. It seemed like they were a bit shocked to see me, and weren't sure of what to make of me. I was the only westerner there, that was for sure. No one spoke English except for the word "beer". I went for a small Angkor Stout. They realized I wasn't going to be a big drinker, and gave me a younger waitress. I am deeply grateful that the menu was translated to English and had pictures. There were many wondrous dishes, like Beef Gender with Fire Ant Sauce (yes, it is probably what you think), grilled frogs (which are supposed to be best during rainy season- I may try
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