Lina at Travelfish offers a brief round-up of sushi in Phnom Penh. The best place in town, it sounds like, is Origami.
The oldest name in sushi in Phnom Penh, Origami flies their fish in from Japan, and has the prices to prove it. Origami is an elegant restaurant with as immaculate-as-you’ll-get-in-Cambodia service. The clientele is made up mostly of Japanese expats, leading me to believe that it’s one of the more authentic restaurants that this crazy town has to offer.
There is still a part two of the article to come, and it will be interesting to see who does and does not make Lina’s list. Noticeably absent so far is Rahu — the current rage in town with half-priced sushi AND saki after 11 p.m. Perhaps it will be the star of the next installment?
UPDATE: Part II is out and inlcudes Le Quay, Rahu and Suzume.