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The cyclo tour ends at Noodle House (number 32, Street 130), where the cook makes handmade dumplings and pulled noodles to order (from 90p). The more culinary adventurous could head to the handsome art deco Phsar Thmey (central market) for home-cooked curries or stir-fried noodles from one of the many stalls.
Visit their beautiful showroom opposite the colonial-era Phnom Penh post office.
Have the remork drop you at Friends, a training cafe for former street kids ran by NGO Mith Samlanh, which serves light Asian tapas (dishes from £2).
Around the corner, the National Museum of Cambodia (Street 178 & 13, admission £3), in tranquil gardens, offers more uplifting history lessons on the Khmer Empire, with exquisite relics, art and sculpture from archaeological sites across Cambodia.
In the galleries upstairs and behind the cafe Java Arts shows contemporary Cambodian art and hosts engaging events, such as the recent Strip All Night, where cartoonists create a 24-page comic in 24 consecutive hours.
Nearby, Meta House (37 Sothearos Boulevard) hosts art exhibitions and nightly screenings of films about Cambodia or by Cambodian artists, experimental video art, and live music – anything from classical piano recitals to DJs spinning Cambodian sounds from the 60s – in the upstairs cafe-bar.
Brand-new, gay-friendly Rambutan makes a great base in the fashionable BBK1 district, with all its many bars and cafes on your doorstep (doubles from £34).