Best 10 coffee shops in cambodia
Best 10 coffee shops in cambodia
Service One Apartment Best apartment for rent Phnom Penh!
MUSUSO India around Service One Apartment, they provide special attention to our dishes giving you a taste that will linger in your memories for a long time.
Another reason why they are known to provide the best Indian food in Phnom Penh is the diversity of our chefs. they have carefully selected our chefs from different regions of India, giving you a wide variety of dishes to choose from North, South Indian, coastal and tasty Mughlai dishes.https://www.namasteindianfood.com/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI_5aTqszz5wIVTQwrCh3-IQixEAAYASAAEgKhufD_BwE
Check our Menu, choose your dish and if you need any suggestion or help in advice in selecting a dish, our staff will be more than happy to explain the preparation and help you select the best dish as per your taste.-
Welcome to All Buffet Lovers! Tonle Bassac Restaurant Preah Monivong and Dinner featuring Asian, Western & International all you can eat format. Soup, Salad, Pizza, Fresh Seafood and all inclusive for one price.
Created by Starwood Chef from China, Chinese course serves the finest classical Cantonese fusion food. All the cuisines are prepared with the freshest ingredients, with no compromise on traditional Cantonese recipes. Guests can also enjoy a diverse selection of wines, complemented by a return to classic cocktails made to perfection.
Each VIP room has an integrated P/A System, LCD screen, DVD facilities, Wi-Fi internet access for presentations or private screenings. VIP Room evokes a romantic style and European style, where everything is designed to offer total comfort, superb food, and excellent service on road Preah Monivong.
Cambodia Living Cuisine has evolved form Master CHef Luu Meng and his team embarks on countless expeditions through remote provinces,
to unearth recipes of old and bring them back to life.
Cambodian dishes with fresh ingredients like you have never tasted before.
Enjoy the finest Cambodian dining experience in Phnom Penh where the secrets of the past are now available for everyone to share.
We are a family oriented Café which operates as a social enterprise providing sustainable employment for many disadvantaged and at-risk young Cambodian women. Our first café was started by a missionary from UK in 1998 – emerging from these very humble beginnings with only five full time Cambodian staff we have grown to now employ over 20 Cambodian staff within two Cafes! Our Cafes are located in the popular Toul Tom Poung (near Russian Market) and Phnom Penh Thmey areas of Phnom Penh.
We are privileged to serve you with our unique range of Western homestyle cooking, delicious slices & cakes, teas, coffees and healthy juice range to suit all tastes. Whether you call Cambodia home or are just visiting our beautiful country for a short time – we make it our aim to serve you with only the freshest ingredients, showing great care in our cooking, our serving and in giving you a wonderful Khmer experience. Our motto is: always with love. We hope you experience the feeling of being loved as you enjoy our great tasting food, friendly service and peaceful atmosphere in one of our Cafés today!
We Are: Local Cambodian Owned and Managed
We Offer: Healthy, Tasty and affordable home cooked foods
We Employ: Vulnerable and disadvantaged women
We Give: 10% of profits to support local NGOs
We Exist: To provide great food in a friendly atmosphere – serving our customers always with love
Along a row of food carts inside the sparkling compound of CUPS Coffee on Street 337 in Tuol Kork, an extension of a Kampot favourite has recently set up shop in the capital.
Bai Cha Kdam Kampot, or “Kampot Crab Fried Rice”, is run by Kim Sotheary, 23, whose uncle founded a popular eating house in Kampot in 2010. Her restaurant has different ownership, and chefs, but the family recipes have migrated from the coast. Here it is all fried rice and crab, all the time, but the fresh seafood and house-made Koh Kong sauce make it worth seeking out.
You visit Phsar Thmei as much as to see the iconic exterior as for the goods on offer and if you want tourist tat you head out of the centre to the Russian Market. If you want to stock up on fruit or veg, invest in a few gold bangles or do an incense stick stock fill for your house shrine then head down to Phsar Chas. It is, needless to say, a fascinating spot for a stroll as well.
For an incredible view of still relatively low-rise Phnom Penh, head up 23 store’s to Eclipse Sky Bar, which as of end-2015 is the highest rooftop bar in the capital. The bar sits at the top of the Phnom Penh Tower, which is otherwise home to offices and embassies on Monivong Boulevard, and is found just a 10-minute ride from Independence Monument.
The Cambodian Post office was built in 1890, then eventually restored and fully reopened in 2004. It fronts a small square on Street 13 — really Cambodian Post office is just a widening of the road — and is surrounded by other examples of colonial architecture in various states of upkeep. The post office is open 07:30 to 17:00, with a healthy two-hour lunch break from noon. Stamp collectors can make impulse purchases at the philatelic counter.
Along with freshly opened Aeon Mall, another new shopping destination that may either fill you with delight or horror is TK Avenue… Yes, really, this is still Cambodia.