Despite our busy schedules (kunyari lang! hihihi) the Peluka sisters were able to meet again last Tuesday. I always look forward to our weekly coffee dates because, apart from the guaranteed gossips and laughter, we almost always end up food tripping in one of the many restaurants offering genuine international cuisines in Phnom Penh.
This week, we headed to Casa Lika, a Mexican restaurant tucked in one of the busy streets along the riverside. The place is small with only about 4-6 tables and nothing fancy really. It was practically empty when we arrived. We were not feeling particularly hungry so we just ordered what we thought were not too filling:
|A simple Mexican street snack, this traditional Mexican dish is composed of folded tortilla shells and beef filling, topped with lettuce and cheese. It also comes with re-fried beans and salsa.|
|Also a favourite Mexican street snack. Double-tortilla with melted cheesy cheese over ground beef. It comes with a dollop of sour cream and salsa.|