(This venue is closed.) This restaurant is in soft opening (and has been for a couple of weeks, said the cashier), and considering how long Cambodian Cuisine has struggled to make the move from Fort Greene, it's understandable that this opening seems softer than most.
To the occasional soft whine of a hand drill in a back room, I picked at kuey teo koke ($9.95 at lunch), shrimp, chicken slices, scallions, greens and a "house special sauce" that you mix thoroughly with the thin rice noodles underneath.
Lunch is limited to about 20 entrees and noodle dishes. The dinner menu is much more extensive — I'm particularly curious to try the pohng tchien, which might be kin to a nameless nosh I found in Phnom Penh.
1664 Third Ave. (93rd-94th Sts.)