If you’re a resident of The Charming City, you know that living in Phnom Penh makes dining out just too easy: the restaurants are endless (a few personal favorites at the moment: The Common Tiger, Meat & Drink, Aperitivo, Doors, Da Sandro, Dim Sum Emperors), you’re spoiled for choice, and the prices are generally fantastic value for what you’re getting. What’s even better than dining out? Ordering in.
The gym is a fond and distant memory, one of endorphins, sweetly salty sweat, and OCD driven number watching. While I know I need to hop back on that treadmill and pick up those weights- the call of canneloni, sorprese, osso buco, and farfalle with the additional promise of spicy bolognese, heavenly gorgonzola sauce, and fresh pesto is far too strong after a 9 hour work day to pull on those swishy shorts and Nike Frees.
You can call me undisciplined, but you sure as hell can’t say I’m unhappy!