Friday, November 21, 2014

Cafe Cambodge says goodbye on Avenue C

Last Friday, we noted that the Marshall had seized Cafe Cambodge, the French-Cambodian restaurant at 111 Avenue C near East Seventh Street.

At the time, we were unsure if this was just temporary … However, an EVG reader said that the owners left this message on the restaurant's Facebook page:

Dear friends and family, I just wanted to take a moment to thank you all for the many years of love and patronage. With a sad and heavy heart Cafe Cambodge bids you all farewell. Thanks for all the memories, friendships and good will. We all did our best to keep the dream alive and now it is time to move on. Love, peace and happiness to you all.

Cafe Cambodge opened here back in February ... after the owners revamped the space from its 6-year run as Arcane.

This is the second restaurant to close along this part of Avenue C in recent weeks. Earlier this month, the Marshall seized Lumé, the "Epicurean drinkery" at East Eighth Street.


Anonymous said...

loved the atmosphere here as Arcane and Cambodge, very neighborhoody. food was always kind of meh though, one sauce used over and over again in every entree etc.

Anonymous said...

Cambodge was WAY overpriced especially for C.