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Cambodian in Long Beach without music?

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roz Jul 13, 2007 10:30 PM

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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    justagthing RE: roz Jul 13, 2007 11:49 PM

    Sophy's on Anaheim

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      WBGuy RE: justagthing Jul 15, 2007 08:19 PM

      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.

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      kek is khmer RE: roz Jul 16, 2007 09:00 AM

      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.

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