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Review: Mama’s New York Deli

By: Nyampenh Posted: March-25-2011 in
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I drive a motorbike in this town and one of the things I miss is the scenery that whizzes on by. It’s my constant paranoia of being run over by a helmetless freshie boy or a plateless SUV barreling down the wrong side of the street which keeps my eyes glued to the road. Which is why i have been taking walks around town. It gives me a chance to check things out and also to keep up with my podcasts.

I drive a motorbike in this town and one of the things I miss is the scenery that whizzes on by. It’s my constant paranoia of being run over by a helmetless freshie boy or a plateless SUV barreling down the wrong side of the street which keeps my eyes glued to the road. Which is why i have been taking walks around town. It gives me a chance to check things out and also to keep up with my podcasts.

It was on one of these walks when I spied a new restaurant near my house and stopped on in. To my surprise, an old acquaintance opened the joint which her running the front of the house while her mom (Mama Ung) commands the kitchen.
We had a bit of a chat and went for a review a couple of days later.

One note about the review: Mama’s was only open 5 days so the food and prices might have changed. I have enclosed the menu in the slide show.

Mama’s is a no frills restaurant with an interior has a spartan and airy feel to it. There is a refrigeration unit on your right when you walk in that carries all sorts of drinks but if you are looking for a cheap drink, they have fountain sodas for only $0.50.

For the full review, visit Nyam Penh

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