I didn't try any of the small eateries set into the "backside" of Psar Chaa; they seemed humdrum against the lure of the vendors across the street. On the corner, one fellow was quietly disassembling massive jackfruits, slicing them in half and removing the fleshy yellow sheathes that each envelop a seed (or two). The flavor was similar to pineapple, but not nearly as acidic; not as juicy, either, and so easy to snack on while I wandered through town (bag; 2,000 riels, or about 50 cents at the time).
Siem Reap, Cambodia
(From a November 2006 visit)