Claiming somewhere is London’s first or only something is a very suspicious statement when it comes to anything. Lemongrass, a homely spot near to Camden Road overground, does however seem to be London’s only Cambodian restaurant. Crispy fried leek cake is delicious and light, while fish amok - a Cambodian steamed curry - is one of those dishes you’ll finish even if you’re full. With everything made fresh and priced at under a tenner, Lemongrass is an essential place to visit if you’re around NW1.
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