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June 28, 2007



For quite a while Angkor Wat was the only Cambodian restaurant in Tokyo. I don't know if that is still the case. It is in Yoyogi (on a side street in the direction of Yamate-Dori). I went once but was rudely turned away by the manager because my party of two wasn't big enough. He wanted at least three, I guess. It wasn't even a Friday or Saturday. Stupid. So I never went back.


I checked and Angkor wat is still around, and there's one in Takanababa as well. I'm going to try and check one of them out tonight.


Good luck! Let me know how it went. Great to meet you last week.

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