Reply To: Eating street food in Cambodia
Today, pictures of one of my favorite food stalls located at the entrance of the street to Wat Bo pagoda. The round cakes in the first “basket” are “Noum Paw Tchirn”, the long cakes in the foreground are prepared with a whole banana and called “Noum Tchek Tchirn”. The other long ones, named “Noum Tchac Tvy”, are delicious for breakfast with a coffee. But the most popular are “Noum Pong Tir”. Those you can see in the second “basket” and are being fried in the second picture. The price for one of those cakes is 500 riel.