Food favourites on the move

Food favourites on the move

When Sonoma Hoagies in Street 278 closed a few weeks ago, a great wave of horror swept across Phnom Penh’s bahn mi-loving population.

It appeared the only place to get a decent Vietnamese baguette sandwich was gone forever. Not so. They have just moved to new premises on Street 51 at Golden Sorya Mall.

Also on the move is Buffalo Sister – much loved for its carvery sandwiches and signature three-meat gravy – which is reopening on Monday near Russian Market at #55D Street 456, while cheap and tasty Cambodian eatery Eleven One Kitchen is relocating to #37 Street 460 on September 2.

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