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Fish Phnom Penh

Tom O'Connor, the Australian behind popular local tapas joint Metro, has brought his winning combination of stellar cuisine, cocktails, décor and service to Fish.
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Corner of Street 108 and Sisowath Quay, Phnom Penh, Cambodia


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Given the abundance of seafood in the Cambodian diet, it was only a matter of time before someone dedicated an entire restaurant to all things aquatic. Tom O'Connor, the Australian behind popular local tapas joint Metro, has brought his winning combination of stellar cuisine, cocktails, décor and service to Fish. The interior is equal parts playful and chic, with sand-colored walls, marine-inspired abstract art and metal chandeliers reminiscent of shimmering schools of jellyfish. The menu is similarly full of character, with sections divided under cheeky headings like "Fish Something Out" and "Bigger Fish to Fry". Dainty nibblers can savor small plates like the yellow-curry crab or the grilled salt-and-pepper squid, while those with a healthy appetite can gorge themselves on the house specialty: a platter of seabass, snapper or cod—either battered, crumbed or grilled—with a heaping stack of chips on the side.

Tel: +855 23 222 685

Website: fishphnompenh.com

 

Published on Sep 20, 2010

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