I had the opportunity to have dinner at Phnom Penh's Stonegrill, accompanied by some of my colleagues, including educators from a number of different Asian countries. Set along the Tonle Sap River (near the conflux with the Mekong), the views from the restaurant can be breathtaking, if the sky's hue is set just right.
Dinner on a Tuesday night was not crowded, so we received excellent service, which when coupled with the engaging conversation, went to leave a lasting impression on my mind that I will not soon forget.
Our group started with orders of various Sushi and Sashimi dishes, each well-prepared and presented. For our main course, we each went with our own individual Steak cuts, heated of course on the namesake, "Stonegrill". An interesting concept which produced delicious results, I would recommend these dishes to anyone.
From the first bite of Salmon Skin to the last sip of Red Wine, the dinner was excellent, and worthy of this 5-Star Review. I am grateful to our host who generously paid for everything, as I am sure a meal like this doesn't come cheap. Regardless though, the memories and priceless, and the experience a reason why above all else, I value the notion of international travel with international people...
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