SEATTLE – An iconic Cambodian restaurant that closed after more than 30 years in Seattle is making a comeback.Sisters Diane, Dawn, and Darlene walked KIRO 7’s Siemny Kim through the new home for their beloved family restaurant.
The new Phnom Penh Noodle House is still under construction. It will be located in the new Thai Binh Building on Jackson St.
“It feels amazing. We’ve been waiting for this moment for over a year and half now,” said owner Dawn Ung.
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