At a Cambodian restaurant in Lowell, perseverance is the main ingredient
Simply Khmer restaurant is on the scruffier side of the Spaghettiville Bridge in a neighborhood edged with cracked sidewalks and weed-tufted pavement. This is not the downtown Lowell of converted mills and cobblestone streets. It is a land of overpasses and alleys, of auto-body shops and vacant lots.
Eating in Lowell's Little Cambodia
In recent years, an area of the city called “Little Cambodia’’ has emerged due to the large amount of Cambodian residents. In fact, Lowell is now home to one of the largest populations of Cambodians outside Cambodia, reports the Associated Press.
Star power on menu as 'Bizarre Foods' hits Lowell
Andrew Zimmern wasted little time yesterday putting Simply Khmer to the test.
After sitting down at a table reserved for him in the middle of the Cambodian eatery shortly after 4 p.m., the host of the Travel Channel’s Bizarre Foods ordered hot wings, their signature dish.