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Phnom Penh eats: Chicken Claws at The House of Lu

Phnom Penh eats: Chicken Claws at The House of Lu

Delicious food and a special name brought huge fame to Jeung Mon Ptas Lu – “The House of Lu’s Chicken Claws” – restaurant in Phnom Penh.

“I wanted to create something original and Khmer by using our unique style,” said Chea Pisey, the owner. “Moreover, I would like to expand and promote Cambodia’s cuisine, as created by our Khmer chef with 10 years of culinary experience.”

The restaurant’s specialties include deep-fried or spicy roasted chicken claws. But people also go there for romeat fried rice with Koh Kong Sauce.

Jeung Mon Ptas Lu is located on St. 95, Chamkar Mon. Tel: 081 338 668.

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