Since it was only mentioned in passing in other threads (thanks dory and davwud), I thought it should be a new thread.
Great food, inexpensive, friendly family service. A few flaws didn't detract from overall deliciousness.
Pad Thai: non-sweet, no ketchup style (which I much prefer). Noodles are crazy tasty, protein tends to be indifferent (shrimp are unseasoned, chicken slightly tough) but it doesn't detract from the dish because the noodles are SO GOOD. Maybe slightly oily if you're picky. Generous crushed peanuts are appreciated - it's the first place that I feel like I got as much as I wanted. Large portion, almost enough for two (too much for one with medium soup).
Noodle soup: delicious broth (comparable to Swatow in Toronto!) redolent with garlic. No complaints, really. Tried the 'everything' option (everything was great) and have now settled on the tendon soup as my favorite. I added some siracha to the first bowl for spice, but it became too salty - mistake on my part.
Coconut shake: great with spicy food but I was uncomfortably full when I tried all three, so this gets sacrificed to the altar of food that's reheatable.
Full text (rambly) and pix (not really well done) on my website. But eh, I think this here is more to the point.
Cambodian Noodle King
110 Pony Dr., Unit 15,