Many Cambodian street foods combine influences from China and Southeast Asia. Street food is considered a snack rather than a meal. Food stalls are called hang bai or simply hang in Khmer, which is a borrowing from Chinese hang. More specifically the stalls are referred to by the main food served, for example, rice noodle stalls or coffee stalls.
Aladdins Kebabs - 5 Progress St
Bintang Bistro (Klang) - No. 32 Jalan Klang Sentral 3/ KU5
Dhaba Indian Rest - 10 Clew Way
Restoran D Loyang - Jalan 1a/27a
Simpang Ampat Yam Rice -
Tarragon and Mint - 87 Torrens Rd