BOROBUDUR Indonesian Restaurant held its official grand opening on Saturday. The ribbon was cut by special guest Pitono Purnomo, the Indonesian ambassador to Cambodia. The owner and his family performed the traditional Indonesian rice cake cutting ceremony and shared the cake among the guests.
The owner, Irwan Kurnia, said he wants to introduce Indonesian food to Cambodians and foreigners living in Phnom Penh. The eatery will offer medium-class and high-class traditional Indonesian food. The restaurant is located at No28B, on the corner of Street 310 and 57 in the BKK area of the capital. Photos by Chhim Sreyneang
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