Cambodian Mee Broth – £5.25 (£7.25 with king prawns)
A spicy egg-noodle broth of chillies, tamarind and lime leaves, topped with your choice of beef, chicken or king prawns. Garnished with shredded cabbage, coriander and crispy shallots. Gluten-free version, using rice noodles, available on request.
Bun Hoi – £8.00 (£10 with king prawns)
A very popular South Cambodian dish with fresh vermicelli rice noodles, crispy Khmer rolls (pork or vegan), carrots, cucumber, fresh lettuce, mint, and topped with sautéed lemongrass meat, and peanuts, served with our Tuk Trey dressing. Very healthy, light and refreshing. Please note that this dish is served the traditional way, with chilled noodles. Your choice of chicken, beef, prawns or tofu. Vegan options available.
Battambang Noodles -£8.00 (£10 with prawns)
Sauteed spicy rice noodles with chili paste, chilies, mixed vegetables, eggs, beansprout and basil. Served with chicken, beef, tofu or prawns. Vegan option available with mixed veg, tofu, or seitan.
Cha Mee – £8.00 (£10.00 with prawns)
Wheat noodles sautéed with onions, carrots, broccoli, beansprouts, eggs, and spring greens in oyster sauce, with Cambodian Tuk Trey on the side and topped with peanuts. Served with chicken, beef, tofu or prawns. Vegan option available with mixed veg, tofu, or seitan.
Cha Kuthiew – £8.00 (£10.00 with prawns)
A popular Cambodian street food. Sauteed flat rice noodles with a choice of beef, chicken, prawns, mixed vegetable, or tofu. With garlic, palm sugar, tamarind paste, salted radish, prawn powder (optional), onions, bean sprouts and peanuts. Vegan option available with tofu or seitan.
Nat Noodles (Chef Special) – £7.50
A traditional slow-cooked rich beef broth with aromatics of star anise and coriander. Served with rice noodles, fried garlic, beansprouts and herbs.