This charming restaurant is marked by a parade of gold elephants on the exposed brick facade. While predominantly Cambodian, the food is a combination of innovative French and Southeast Asian cuisines. While you can't go wrong with the pork spring rolls or braised duck with polenta, popular items include beef short ribs braised in ginger and tamarind and pan-seared salmon served with risotto. The garnishings accompanying the soups and stews are a sight to behold. A beautiful wine bar, exposed brick walls, and original oil paintings depicting Cambodian life, add to the upscale yet comfortable atmosphere. Service is quick paced. Metered street parking is often available nearby.
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