We had a dinner at the restaurant as a family request to change from local food after two weeks in the country.
We had a mix of pizza and pasta. All were very tasty, made with fresh products (crucial!) and served in fairly good portion (pizza is large). We also had a bottle of wine and only one dessert (tiramisu, not as good as the main courses). All in all total price was very affordable.
Service was gentle and smiling, obviously not very professional, but not a big issue for this restaurant standard.
Recommended to have an Italian break in Phnom Penh.
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