Modern dining with a nod to the past

Publication date 24 September 2020 | 20:49 | ICT

For diners looking for an energy-boosting meal and who don’t mind sweating in the tropical climate, the recently opened Khmer Beef Soup restaurant offers a variety of beef and fresh vegetables served hotpot-style along the banks of the

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