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Cambodian in Long Beach without music?

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  • roz Jul 13, 2007 10:30 PM
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Friends:

I'm going to dinner in Long Beach with a friend who has a hearing aid and has real challenges with restaurants with live music or entertainment. She would very much like to try a Cambodian restaurant, but the only ones I've heard of or been to (New Paradise, Hak Heang) seem to have live entertainment.

We would be going on a Saturday night, and would be done eating by 7:30 pm, so we'd be fine with a place where the entertainment started later in the evening. I'd appreciate any suggestions -

thanks!

-Roz

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  1. Sophy's on Anaheim

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    1. re: justagthing

      Sophy's is a great place. If you're more interested in Cambodian food, remember to ask your server to point out the Khmer dishes, instead of their Thai selections.

    2. Hahaha...the loud music thing is so true! There are two places I can think of that are too small to host bands: Bamboo Island and Krsytals. They both are on Anaheim.