There is no end to the number of food carts in Phnom Penh offering everything from fried noodles to crisp insects.
When I walk a few blocks up the street, I spot vendors of coffee, soft drinks, bread, fruit, those noodles, something like hotdogs and barbecued animal parts, of which only some am I able to identify.
Outside the French Institute, I have seen a man making crepes on a contraption that he somehow has mounted on a motorcycle. Someone sells pizza cooked in a wood-fired oven on a bulky portable cart.
But only in that last few weeks Continue reading