Three Sisters Park, a restaurant that features Khmer and Thai dishes, has moved from a small takeout spot in Ephrata to a larger location along the town’s main street.

The roughly 50-seat restaurant recently opened at 119 E. Main St., the former home of Phoenix Noodle House.

Three Sisters Park previously had its takeout-only restaurant next to a convenience store at 244 N. State St.

Owner Solida Prak said he moved the restaurant so he could expand the menu and add a dining room.

The menu at Three Sisters Park includes appetizers, soups and salads in addition to curry, fried rice, stir fry and noodle dishes.

Prak said popular dishes include pineapple fried rice, pad Thai and Panang curry. The restaurant has about a half-dozen part-time employees and also has outside seating in front of the restaurant for around 10.

Prak said he changed some of the decor but did not do major renovations to the space.

The Khmer people are an ethnic group native to Cambodia. Vietnam and Thailand also have significant Khmer populations. Prak said Khmer cuisine is very similar in those three countries.

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