I e stayed at the King Fy before and although it hasn’t changed, it has deteriorated. The rooms are good and spacious, the cleanliness is excellent but the fittings are hanging off the walls and in some places missing. It’s just not good enough! The front of house manager is pleasant and efficient but he has a partner there who is sullen and unapproachable. This is something I’ve never seen with a Khmer. The breakfast buffet is ok, but the food is Luke warm when it should be hot. But, when the buffet is on seems to be entirely arbitrary. The alternative to the buffet is an a la carte offering consisting of a couple of Asian dishes which tasted fine and something called an “American Breakfast.” This comprised brittle pig shavings described as bacon, deep fried hot dogs, a table spoonful of baked beans and, eggs (both the omelet and fried eggs were very good) I had railed at first at the cultural imperialism of describing this set as an “American Breakfast “ but having experienced it, it’s probably about right. No English person would want to be associated with that travesty of a meal. Bizarrely, one of the worst aspects of the breakfast was the staff. They were inattentive, constantly either playing on their phones or giggling amongst themselves (often being led by the sullen manageress from reception.) There was one other person there whose sole purpose seemed to be to mince around the kitchen, alternatively leering, pouting or sneering at the guests. Quite a turn off.