The name says it all– To. Die. For. (does contain dairy)
Sesame came about when a Japanese & American couple came to Cambodia and started to think about what kind of food would work for the climate. Based on traditional, and not so traditional cuisines, Sesame Noodle was born, mixing aspects of Japanese, Chinese and a splash of Americana (and don’t forget the tahini). We’re currently only open for lunch but looking forward to dinner in early 2013– check back soon.
how to find us
We're located about 3 south of Russian Market.
(between streets 155 & 135)
See our map for more info.
In America, most of the noodles were hot, but the weather was very cold. Now I'm back in Phnom Penh, enjoying the change to cool noodles in hot weather -- you should try this Sesame Noodle Bar place.