Cambodian Dining in Boston

20 05 2014

My family has a deep affection and attachment to Cambodia.  We all belong to a Tokyo-based NPO called, in Japan, “Caring for Young Refugees“, and in Cambodia, “Caring for Young Khmer“.  My mother in the ’90s used to visit the country for the NPO as a trustee every year for about ten years.  The last time we were there together was in December, 2009.

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So when we found out that there was a popular Cambodian restaurant on the edge of Boston within a walking distance from where we were staying in Brookline, we quickly agreed to visit for lunch.  The food was great.

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A nice view from our table on this first real nice day out during our stay.

A nice view from our table on this first real nice day out during our stay.

My starter.  May not have been authentically Cambodian but delish nevertheless.

My starter. May not have been authentically Cambodian but delish nevertheless. (And the restaurant is supposed to be Cambodian-French so this dish may be one of the best representations.)

The Elephant Walk





One More Birthday Bash – Khmer Style

4 11 2011

We put together my birthday and our continuing trip around the world in Tokyo and went to a Cambodian restaurant in Kagurazaka.  From Wednesday, October 26, 2011.

Run by nice Cambodian people.

I have been to Cambodia twice but cannot remember exactly what kind of food we ate.  I do remember from visits to local nurseries and schools that much of the food tended to be stir fried.

The menu at Apsara is supposed to be typical home cooked Khmer food.

Apsara








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