“Amazing Cambodian food”, “delicately flavoured in generous portions” means that “booking is essential, even at lunchtime” at this “small cafe-style room next to an independent cinema”, in a leafy, small town outside Manchester (named for the stack of vinyl in the basement, which you can peruse if you’re a fan). “Traditional lunchtime pub grub of soup and a sandwich is transformed by Cambodian flavours into spicy soup and well-filled baguettes (with coconut reigning supreme)”. The evening menu is a little longer. If you’re over Altrincham way they opened a new branch there in late summer 2018. Top Menu Tip: “try the amazing black rice pudding”.
* Based on a three course dinner, half a bottle of wine, coffee, cover charge, service and VAT.