Phnom Penh is one of the best Cambodian restaurants in Long Beach, and also one of our favorite spots in the whole city. Open daily from 8am - 3pm, this tiny place specializes mostly in Cambodian breakfast - dishes like phnom penh (noodle soup made with pork bone broth), rice porridge, meat pies, and other delicious noodles. Wait times get long on the weekends.
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