Not the prettiest sounding word to American ears, you could call larb (pronounced "lawb"), the meat salad originating in the country of Laos, by its "street" name: Lao-style, or Laotian-style, salad.
No matter what the moniker, this meat-minded, fresh, and spicy salad, regarded as the national dis ... More >>
Imagine wild organ swirls, rolling surf licks and jazzy party horns coupled with angular and decidedly eastern melodies, plus a sultry singer who shifts between English and her native Cambodian dialect. That's just a fraction of what shapes Dengue Fever's original sound.
The band discovered its ca ... More >>
Lord knows Phoenix has various varieties of Mexican comida in spades. Need an Asian cuisine fix? We've got that too. Sushi? Check. BBQ? You know it. Pizza? Some would say we have the best in the country. Yet there's one thing we really haven't had until now: Cambodian food.
Sekong By Night, ... More >>
Remember when we were complaining that there weren't enough Asian restaurants in downtown Phoenix? Well, now there's one more. It's called Thai E-San and--if the menu is anything to go by--it looks like it might just do the trick.
Thai E-San (translating to "North of Thailand") provides a s ... More >>