Reunification Palace, War Remnants Museum & Cambodian Cultural Village), head count was taken for takers of beef pho, chicken pho and vegetarian meal. Arriving at Pho 24 at about 8.30pm, the restaurant was literally empty. In fact, we were the only customers. Quite a clean ambiance, we sat and dinner was served - salad, Vietnamese fried rolls, fried "yau char kwai" resembling our local ones and pho itself.
Dinner ended with chilled crème caramel and thick mango juice, we mutually agreed it was not the best meal but somewhat appreciated.
Next stop - Mercury Hotel.
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