Where better to get a taste of North Korea without having to visit. Located on Highway 6 toward the
airport, this is a unique restaurant. Its attraction reflects more about its owners and staff, rather than the cuisine. It is one of three similarly named restaurants in Cambodia.
Many patrons are South Koreans bent on dining out and being served by their hermit-like neighbors. The food is average in quality and comparably expensive. Dog casserole is available (US$28) so is pine
nut gruel. There are plenty of North Korean liquors to go with the meal and lots of beer.
Merchandise is available to purchase, which could impress the folks back home. The waitresses double as entertainers – dancers and singers – and provide a show of traditional and ‘modern’ performances. Cameras are forbidden. Open for lunch and dinner.