Cambodian restaurants may not be an everyday thing in this area, but this one has been around for a while, and for good reason. Similar to its neighboring cuisines, Cambodian food contains a lot of noodle soups, akin to the Vietnamese pho.… Read More
Fun Fact: Phnom Penh is a family-run restaurant that has served Seattle since 1987.
Reviewer: foodie888 via Menuism | 11/9/2013
(1) Twin noodle: <none>
(2) Fried crispy noodle: Chicken was chewy and didn't like the wheat noodle
Fish Cakes and Noodles
Reviewer: Ali A. via KidScore | 7/31/2012
Notables are the fish cakes, curry dish, and noodles. The food is cheap and decent. Owners are friendly towards kids, other than the pictures on the...
Own the owner's auto-biography as well
Reviewer: hibbitts bosleys nn via Citysearch | 6/4/2012
Own the owner's auto-biography as well as eating there almost twice a week. My girl friend and I love their pork chop and noodles.
What do I try next?
Reviewer: inthebow via Menuism | 4/3/2011
I have never had Cambodian food and I'm glad we went. This is a small place in the International District....
surprisingly good, very homey food. I will...
Reviewer: EddieF via Menuism | 1/19/2009
surprisingly good, very homey food. I will definitely give it another try again. The only problem is that...
A unique culinary experience
Reviewer: lqagrl via Citysearch | 8/9/2008
As far as I know, Phnom Penh Noodle House is the only Cambodian restaurant in Seattle. I am so happy to have discovered it and will definitely be back. This was my first experience with Cambodian food, and it reminded me of both Vietnamese…
Wonderful Catered lunch from Phnom Penh Noodle House
Reviewer: good_eats via Menuism | 5/7/2008
It was just another meeting until this fantastic catered lunch arrived. Although I can't tell you about the...
wonderful catering fruit displays
Reviewer: gakester8 via Citysearch | 11/16/2007
they created a double happiness fruit display for my wedding's rehearsal dinner. Everyone loved it - the fruit was fresh and the designs were amazing. We ordered the medium size and there was a $20 delivery fee for downtown. We had to…
I have to say ummm, its pretty cheap for the big portion....
Reviewer: ErnestineGozali via Menuism | 8/2/2007
I have to say ummm, its pretty cheap for the big portion. The beef ball noodle is awesomeeeee :]
You can't find this anywhere else and a-- Good Deal!!!
Reviewer: lorne_ via Citysearch | 1/16/2007
I have visited Phnom Penn Noodle House for over 15 years and I hope it never goes away. This is a family run restaurant and the pride put into the food shows. Quite honestly I can't find this food anywhere else. The prices are very…
Authentic Cambodian Noodles!
Reviewer: ttothek via Citysearch | 9/8/2006
I was craving this bowl of noodles, since I came back from Cali, where the line was too long. So I took a chance and went there on 09/07/06. I ordered the Phnom Penh Special Noodle. Though, I'm used to eating with the wide fat rice…
Authentic cuisine and tropical fruit drinks are the specialty at this International District Asian restaurant and bar.
Reviewer: Contributor via Citysearch | 7/19/2006
Phnom Penh Noodle House
Reviewer: Marie B. via Judy's Book | 5/6/2006
This eatery is located in the Seattle International District. As soon as I walked in, I was greeted by a catching site. A tankful of beautiful koi fish, nice colorful koi. :) The atmosphere is appealing with its pink tablecloths and wicker…
One of my favorite Asian Restaurants
Reviewer: sherilskee via Citysearch | 3/14/2006
I am super picky about asian restaurants and I would say Phnom Phenh is one of my favorites hands down. My favorite soup is their "wonton noodle soup" (be sure to ask for chinese donuts to go with it) and the "Lok Luk" a steak and rice…
Great Value Dining
Reviewer: huskyduck via Citysearch | 4/26/2004
You will encounter authentic Cambodian cuisine in this ID gem. The fishcakes are simply the best I have had in town, more substantial and flavorful than Thai styled tod mun. Noodle soups are hearty and served in a broth whose recipe has…