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dombey | May 7, 2011 03:04 PM

The wife and I have been missing our favorite Cambodian place in the Twin Cities since we moved, so we were extremely happy to see Sekong by Night open up nearby us in Central Phoenix. (Indian School & 12th Street)
We visitied today (Saturday) and the place was really pretty enjoyable. My wife had the seafood soup (squid, shrimp, fishballs, a variety of greenery and noodles), and it was delicious. I had the chicken curry which was pretty tasty as well. While I was given a spoon and fork and my wife chopsticks and spoon (she's Korean, I'm not), the service was exceedingly friendly.
While I haven't been to cambodia, my wife is korean and I've lived in china for a long period of time and we like to think we know good asian food. This place is in our opinion one of the better places in town...assuming you don't like any of the McAsian food they serve at most places around town. You don't get more authentic than one of their soups that has pig uterus, heart, and liver in it...(didn't try that one, lol)
This place I believe is relatively new and I'd encourage you to try it - not only because I think you'll like it but I don't want them to go out of business!!!! They're currently the self-proclaimed only Cambodian restaurant in AZ.

Sekong by Night
1312 E Indian School Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85014

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