Food Trip Friday: The Noodle House Phnom Penh

This Food Trip Friday ‘feature’ is long overdue. Sreisaat, the Queen of Wishful Shrinking and I actually went on this ‘The Noodle House Phnom Penh’ food trip a month or so ago. But life happened and I also forgot to download the photos from my camera. I should really just stick to using one camera for blogging coz I always forget where I stuck the photos.

Anyway, we were invited to a movie screening by the ever generous Legend Cinema Phnom Penh and afterwards we were starving. Yes, popcorns and cola weren’t enough for us. You know, we do have a big appetite hahaha.. So we checked out our Phnom Penh Drinking and Dining guidebooks and picked out The Noodle House. I guess we were in the mood for some noodle goodness. It’s located a few blocks down from the riverfront in a lovely old colonial house.

The Noodle House Phnom Penh

The Noodle House Phnom Penh

The Noodle House Phnom Penh


Love the simple decor, the really friendly service and the food. The drinks menu was really interesting too. Here’s what I had.

The Noodle House Phnom Penh

Keuy Teuw in Spicy Coconut Soup.

The Noodle House Phnom Penh

Fruit-Mint Shake – the exact name on the menu escapes me now but you can bet it was a really interesting name.

The Noodle House Phnom Penh

Vegetarian Steamed Buns

Yummyness and very very affordable too! This was definitely a treat, and I must say I would prefer treating myself to this than buying myself some pretty bling bling.  Yes, that should tell something about moi. That.. my stomach comes first.

Noodle House

32A, St. 130

Tel. 077 919 110


  1. kat-in-the-kitchen

    October 14, 2011 at 11:20 am

    sarap ng siopao (steamed buns) tsaka yong cocnut soup hehe. Visiting from FTF. Hope to see you at my blog.

  2. MarieClara

    October 14, 2011 at 3:59 pm

    Oh my! Ang sarap naman..

    Visiting from FTF.

  3. Queen of Wishful Shrinking

    October 15, 2011 at 8:42 am

    Di na tayo nakabalik ulit dun, ^^,

  4. Jenn

    October 16, 2011 at 8:07 am

    Vegetarian buns? I so hope there are some available here in the Philippines, too. 🙂

    Hopping from Food Trip Friday.

  5. Foodies Galore

    October 17, 2011 at 12:04 pm

    not really a fan of these kind of food but since I became a foodie blogger, I guess i have to try some. maya masarap pala eh, lol

    Visiting from FTF

  6. kimberly Alice

    October 17, 2011 at 7:30 pm

    Wow mukang masarap talaga yang Vegetarian Steamed Buns sana meron dto nyan sa philipines ng ma try naman.

  7. Kiki

    October 20, 2011 at 11:10 pm

    I am a Chinese and recently just discovered siopao sound like siew pao( pork bun) in mandarin. Not sure any connection for both. Anyway, nice review on the foods

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