Phnom Penh is a Cambodian restaurant, and a lot of the dishes are similar to Vietnamese cuisine as well since they were both apart of the French colonial empire. Despite this, all the staff seemed to speak fluent Cantonese, and the majority of patrons were Chinese as well.
The Phnom Penh dried egg noodles ($6) was good. I actually don't have dry noodle that much, since it's not all that common in Cantonese cuisine. It came with many slices of pork and what seemed like beef liver. Actually, I don't love liver normally, but this was good because it was so thinly sliced. The noodles were firm but not too hard. At the bottom of the bowl was a soy-sauce based sauce to be mixed. I liked the sauce, but we didn't mix it too well. Some parts were overly salty. This turned out to be a reccuring theme throughout the meal.