Here's a peek at what the inside of the Polka Dot looks like right now.
But changes are underway. Ledgeworks, Inc. the management and contracting company owned by local developer Mike Davidson, has already expanded and re-done the bathrooms and applied a fresh paint of coat. Next the counter will be bumped out to allow for more space behind it. And the stools will be replaced.
The booths will also be replaced, and much of the kitchen equipment updated. When Lay Yi and Sarin Tin, the owners of the Phnom Penh Sandwich Station in Lebanon move in, there will be seating for 44. They've signed a 5-year lease to operate out of the former Polka Dot. They're hoping to open sometime in August.
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