A friend told me to try Khmer Barbecue. I didn’t quite understand what he was saying when he mentioned there was soup (which I thought would be like hot pot), then you put the meat on top. So on pub street, on our last night in Cambodia, we looked for Khmer Barbecue signs and ate. 🙂
So after seeing how the barbecue looked like, I began to understand what he was saying. Let the pictures do the talking.
The soup is very mild, and lovely, fragrant with the fresh addition of bell peppers (which I hate) and onions (which I love). The meat was well, meat and could have used a little more seasoning. But the addition of more veggies in the soup actually made the soup shine. The soup was also refillable so we had more than we can manage. But in the end, we ended up burning our barbecue, because it was too hot.
It was a good experience, though I think the flavors needed to jump of the plate. But I wanna know what kind of peanut sauce they served this with because it was one of the best peanut sauce I have had!