We stopped by the Blue Pumpkin twice; the first time was just for sweets and the second time was for lunch. They have a large selection of pastries and gelato, and the gelato you can get in a lot of unique tropical flavors. We got mango and jackfruit; mango is always delicious, and jackfruit was a very mild but unique flavor and is perfect on a hot Cambodian day!
For lunch Katherine got a curry ravioli, it was like a fusion between Italian and Cambodian. It had tons of flavor with the lemongrass and curry yet was not overpowering that you couldn't taste the Amok (a fish) filling. We never got a chance to have the classic Cambodian dish Khmer Amok so we settled for a twist on the classic. There were also lots of ravioli so it made for a hearty meal.
For me, I had some fried noodles. Nothing really special to say other than they hit the spot after a morning of templing. I got fried noodles a lot while we were in southeast asia and rarely was I disappointed!
Katherine & Bradley
Two engineers with a passion for food and travel! Join us as we eat our way through the world!