Chicken Rice Sen Sok takes pride in simplicity

Publication date 29 July 2021 | 20:28 | ICT

Steamed rice with chicken might seem like too simple of a dish to be the star of an eatery’s menu, but Chicken Rice Sen Sok proves that simple is often underrated with their Cambodian breakfast and lunch offerings.



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