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Trocheak Chet Restaurant gives you unforgettable memories

Trocheak Chet Restaurant gives you unforgettable memories

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With romantic nighttime views of flickering lamps, beautiful dancing flowers blowing in the wind and fireflies buzzing around the tables, you will feel you are in heaven as you eat a delicious dinner. If you let your mind wander, you may even think you are in a dream.

But all of this actually exists close by at Phtais Boran Trocheak Chet Restaurant. Located along the riverside in Takmao, Phtais Boran Trocheak Chet Restaurant serves its customers many delectable dishes, including roast duck ambil mates, small saltwater shrimp and red fish soup. You will be happy in the time you spend there with family, friends and sweethearts.

Right now, customers paying more than $100 will receive a free cake.

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