Norry at Kampuchea
This venue is closed.
The name isn’t the only thing that has changed at Kampuchea (formerly known as Kampuchea Noodle Bar). Owner Ratha Chau now goes by his full surname, Chaupoly, and he and partner Scott Burnett have expanded into an adjacent space with a barroom they’re calling the Norry. On the pub-like menu: “numpang” sandwiches like oxtail with tamarind and honey, fried chicken with spiced fleur de sel, and catfish crêpe tacos. That frees the main restaurant to focus on its restructured menu of more refined fare, like steamed striped bass with fermented cauliflower, sweet breads, and poached chicken in chile-lime broth. More new additions: Stumptown coffee and dessert.
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