The system at Le Cambodge is simple: you write your order on a piece of paper, including preferences such as 'no coriander', 'no peanuts' or 'extra rice', and after a short wait the dishes appear. Two favourites are the bobun spécial, a hot and cold mix of sautéed beef, noodles, salad, bean sprouts and imperial rolls, and banhoy, a selection of the same ingredients to be wrapped in lettuce and mint leaves and dipped in a sauce. They also serve soups, salads and curries, including stewed pork in a fragrant coconut sauce.
|Venue name:||Le Cambodge||Contact:|
10 avenue Richerand
|Opening hours:||Mon-Thu. noon-2.30pm, 7-11pm Fri. noon-2.30pm, 7-11.30pm Sat. noon-11.30pm Sun. noon-11pm|
|Transport:||Metro: Goncourt or République|
|Price:||Main courses €13|
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Just loved the food and the super modern atmosphere. Great option for those who are strolling around the Canal de Saint Martin. The name is now Le Petit Cambodge, just rectifying the name given here on the site. I'll be back for sure.
A lovely and picturesque place! Make your request on a piece of paper is playful, letting you give wings to the imagination :) They serve the most delicious bobun ever!