Le Petit Cambodge
Despite the attacks on November 13th that targeted it directly, Le Petit Cambodge has remained strong. While 15 white tiles on the walls pay homage to the victims, on the plates, the unchanged flavors remind you that anything is possible still… Much like before, scribble down your own order and wait for some delicious Cambodian treats to come out of the kitchen: lemongrass sausage (€5.50), summer rolls (from €7 to €8), “normal” bun bo xao with beef (€11) or a “special mixed” version (with shrimp and spring rolls, €15.50), rice bowls (topped with beef, chicken, pork or shrimp, from €11 to €14.50), or even a classic warm velouté of tapioca, banana and coconut milk for dessert (€6). To drink, there’s homemade ginger lemonade (€5), iced tea (plain €5, lemon €6), Tsingtao, Singha or Beerlao beer (€5 for 330 ml), plus caipirinhas (€6). À la carte from €16 to €31.50. // O.J.