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A tiny noodle shop with limited seating in Phnom Penh

Publication date 10 May 2019 | 16:18 | ICT

Tired of the same old noodles? Drop by 41 Noodle Shop for a taste of something different. The small eatery only has five tables, but that doesn’t stop them from serving upwards of 300 customers each day.

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