Ideally located on a popular intersection next to the Royal Palace compound, Pkha Slaa offers top-of-the-line Khmer specialities at surprisingly reasonable prices, particularly when compared to similar Cambodian fine dining options. Their take on the classic Khmer dish fish amok is nothing short of superb. Served with fragrant steamed rice, the fish is as tender as it gets, while the curry sauce hits all the right notes. Customers have also been raving about their $6 set lunch menu, their crispy pork and their whole fish on Koh Kong sauce, praising them for their authentic flavour and fresh, top shelf ingredients. Due to frequent items rotation on the menu, guests are in for a pleasant surprise with nearly every visit. It’s been said that their newest creation, braised pork knuckles, will knock the sandals off of any unsuspecting tourists. The colonial building the restaurant occupies imbues the place with a classy feel, which is enhanced by the beautiful floor tiling and the eclectic decoration.