Food & Drink Mar 24, 2023 at 1:54 pm

His Dream Project, Sophon, Will Expand on His Unique-to-Seattle Menu of Innovative Khmer Dishes

Karuna Long, owner of Oliver’s Twist, preps for a Cambodian barbecue in the restaurant’s driveway last month—an effort to raise enough funds to move into the old Martino’s space a few blocks north, where he hopes to build out his dream project, Sophon. Meg van Huygen



Fantastic write-up! Thank you for the history lesson too.


Good for him and I hope this works out. I don't know how many times we've tried to go to Oliver's Twist over the last few years just to have it closed for one reason or another. It'd be great to have him able to reliably serve what sounds like great food.

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