Traveling Gourmet: Sofitel Phnom Penh Unveils New Dining Digs

Here's some fodder for foodies: The Sofitel Phnom Penh Phokeethra in Cambodia has opened its eighth restaurant, Fu Lu Zu. The new dining digs joins the ranks of a Chinese restaurant, Japanese restaurant and Italian restaurant, as well as a chocolatiere, an Old World bar, two poolside eateries and La Coupole, which blends both Western and Asian flavors.

We like the idea of Fu Lu Zu, which takes on a timeless look (think plush red seats and coffered ceiling). Here gourmands can feast on shark's fin and braised bird's nest as well as lobster, crab and barbecued pork.

Saturday and Sunday mornings are reserved for dim sum, and, as a nice touch, the restaurant will remain open into the wee hours for famished night owls.

For more information visit www.sofitel.com.

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