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Apr 13, 2011 09:20 PM

Cambodian Noodles House, East Oakland - NEW, anyone try it yet?

A Flickr friend posted a pic of the outside of Cambodian Noodles House - it has a Grand Opening sign on it. There are 2 reviews on Yelp. Any hounds been there yet?

Cambodian Noodles House
1604 International Blvd
Oakland, CA 94606
Neighborhood: East Oakland
(510) 261-4073

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  1. actually there are 3 reviews. 3rd review under cambodian noodles house which is the spelling on the red awning.

    food is cheap and there's a reason for it.

    just 29 items on the menu. most people ordered noodles. one older couple left it half eaten.

    would not recommend.

    3 Replies
    1. re: shanghaikid

      Did you actually try the food, shanghaikid, or are you just dismissing the restaurant based on someone else's yelp review?

      1. re: abstractpoet

        one of the reviews is mine. seems only cambodian or lao people eat there.
        btw, fried chicken wing is of a good sized. taste so-so. panfried noodles is sweet pad thai.

        1. re: shanghaikid

          hmm. seems my review under cambodian noodles house is hard to find. the review is more accomodating than the other two. made a list under "cambodian eats" under my pen name, victor g.

    2. No, I noticed it recently, but it was around 4 pm on a Sunday and it wasn't open. I didn't see any signs regarding hours.

      On a completely different note, I had a great experience at the International Lao Market nearby, which is quite unassuming given its grandiose name.

      Lao Market
      1619 International Blvd, Oakland, CA 94606

      1. I went with a friend for lunch today. We had the "Phnom Penh noodle soup" and a deep-fried tilapia "special" (handwritten on the menus). The soup was fine; if it had been billed as pho at a Vietnamese place, I might not have known the difference (which may be a statement about my lack of discernment. It was maybe a little more sour, and had more in the way of kidneys, fish balls and other spherical spongy meaty substances than slices of meat). The tilapia was quite good, and cooked in vinegar (but not too strong a vinegar flavor). Most entrees on the smallish menu, including these two, were $7 or $8.

        It's a decent place, and I had a much better impression than the commenters above seem to have had. But not extraordinary; I'd go back to Black and Silver next time I'm in that hood.

        The hours are 11 until 8 or 9 (I forget) everyday.