After being displaced from two brick-and-mortar locations—13 years in Fort Greene and six months on the Upper East Side—Cambodian Cuisine resurfaces as a roving food truck. The latest incarnation offers a shorter menu and longer name, hinting at the outfit's turbulent history: Torsu translates as "not giving up yet." Expect homey Southeast Asian fare, like mchoo krong (a garlic-basil soup with tomato, pineapple, and tofu or chicken), num pang (banh mi–style Cambodian sandwiches) and karry tuek (a lemongrass-galangal curry with vermicelli, chicken and vegetables).
Cambodian Cuisine Torsu
|Venue name:||Cambodian Cuisine Torsu||Contact:|
For locations, visit twitter.com/camcuisinetorsu
|Opening hours:||Daily 6–11pm|
|Transport:||Subway: A, C, E, B, D, F, M to W 4th St; 6 to Bleecker St|
|Price:||Average dish: $5. Cash only|