Kyteow refers to Cambodia's rice noodle soup. Breakfast in Cambodia, typically includes noodle soup and one that stands out is Kyteow, which is a thin, white noodle in a pork broth with viscera and seafood. The accompaniments are usually bean sprouts and a squeeze of lime, though the table will also have a range of condiments such as black pepper, sugar, black (soy) sauce, pickled and dry chilli, pickled garlic and preserved white cabbage.

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