Restaurant Sesame Noodle Bar #9 Street 460 Phnom Penh Cambodia Published on: 13-11-2015
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Why Sesame Noodle Bar is special ?
Sesame Noodle Bar is great place to enjoy the best Khmer noodle
Must ty dishes:
The sesame house noodle ($3.75) and the sesame fatty noodle ($4.50).
The house noodle can be made vegetarian or vegan as well, using tofu and vegetable noodles in place of egg noodles. The dishes feature chewy cold noodles with crisp cucumbers, lettuce and tomatoes, a hard-boiled egg and caramelized pork (for the house noodle) or pork belly (for the fatty noodle) with a cold sesame sauce. It’s simple and delicious.
The thor bun (2 for $2.25)
roasted pork belly on a steamed bun with homemade pickles and hoisin sauce and a touch of Siracha.
- Best restaurant in Phnom Penh!
- Fresh and Tasty
- Cozy small place
- Fresh and tasty - perfect for lunch or dinner!
- Get your noodle fix!
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Budget
- Alcohol YES
- Air condition NO
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card NO
- Serve breakfast NO
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian NO
Sesame Noodle Bar #9 Street 460 Phnom Penh Cambodia
Tips for you
Just try the pork buns....then try them again.And again. We ordered pretty much everything as it is in small portions to share and it was all excellent and very reasonably priced. Also has great beer
Sesame Noodle is one of my must haves every time I am in Phnom Penh. It is a nice size portion yet not heavy on a hot day. At $4 this is a great value. You can really splurge and pay $5 for noodles and choice of gyoza, pork belly bun, or a shake. They have started serving Craft beer, which is also a nice addition.
I loved the food here and I think it's easy to when you love noodles. My boyfriend and I came in after eating another meal somewhere else, but we managed to over stuff ourselves here! We shared the sesame noodles with eggs and pork, gyoza, and the pork buns. The pork buns are delicious, but small and expensive so take that as you will. They had the right balance of savory from the pork, sweet from the housin sauce, and the pickle gave it the right kick. I really enjoyed the gyoza because the skin was nice and thin and they don't over fry the dumpling so it's crisp, but not hard. The pork inside is also very flavorful. Now the cold sesame noodles are perfect for a hot day. The noodles are chewy and not over cooked and the peanut sauce is divine. Make sure you mix your food very well because the pork is very salty and you need the noodles to balance it out! Overall a great experience and the waitstaff were so nice chatting up customers. Their ramen sounded excellent but we didn't have enough space to try it. I would love to come back and try more of their food! You must go if you're near the Russian market!
Good atmosphere with tasty foods, catering to western standards. The healthiest food (see: leafy greens) I found in phom penh.