Noodle soup holds a special place in Khmer hearts, and none more so than the fragrant and delicately-flavoured kuyteav found on almost every Phnom Penh street corner. Some will even tell you that the breakfast dish is not the real deal unless you are in the capital, such is its place on the Cambodian culinary ladder. Co-founded by celebrity chef Luu Meng and having just opened their fourth branch in BKK1, Uy Kuyteav restaurant takes this addictive bowl of warming goodness to another level. The signature dish is dry kuyteav with preserved beans, while a focus on traditional Cambodian recipes serves up the likes of chicken with lemongrass claypot rice, chrouk krav chnnang (pork) soup, grilled fish with samlor kor ko tnaot (palm fruit soup) or the Phnom Penh Steak Lover, a plate designed to share. There is also a selection of wines or cocktails blended with local spices. A full meal will cost you less than $10, and check out the new promotions launched every month.
So why not give them a visit today? You can find them right here