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Planning a trip to Cambodia soon? Aside from the temples of Angkor Wat, a lot of local Cambodian entrepreneurs have invested in the growing cafe and art scene in this area. You’ll notice that there is no shortage in the number of hip and trendy cafes around here.
For your reference, here are some of the cafes along Phom Penh and Siem Reap that you can visit when you go to Cambodia!
Peace Cafe is a vegetarian restaurant that serves set meals, Asian-inspired dishes, pasta, freshly-baked pastries, and healthy vegetable juices. They have a cooking class everyday from 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm.
No reservations accepted
River Road Next To Ann Kau Saa Pagoda, Krong Siem Reap, Cambodia
Backyard Cafe is all about preserving the health, as they specialize in vegan, gluten-free, and sugar-free food. They have a number of cleanses that you can choose from.
Lot 369 Cafe is a Melbourne-inspired cafe that serves all-day breakfast meals, good coffee, and other comfort food. It has a small outdoor courtyard area and a rooftop bar.
The Chocolate Shop uses traditional Belgian recipes in crafting the finest chocolates, with ingredients sourced from all around the world. They have truffles, pralines, and other delicacies.
La Chronique took the inspiration for this concept from Cambodia and France’s historical architecture. It serves specialty coffee, all-day breakfast meals, pastries, and more.
Connecting Hands was designed to be a training ground for young women who have been victims of human trafficking and slavery, to educate them in the food and beverage industry.
Footprint Cafes is a library and a coffee shop in one. They have books for leisure and some are for sale. As much as possible, they try to use organic and environmental-friendly products in here.
ARTillery is a hipster cafe that also functions as a boutique and gallery. It serves healthy and homemade comfort food. They also have a detox program and some quick fix meals for people on the go.
The Little Red Fox Espresso aims to promote the culture and the traditional Cambodian flavors. It serves honest-to-goodness coffee and comfort food in a modern art-inspired setting.
Mere Cafe is one of the popular coffee shops in Cambodia, where people can hang out and rest by the sofas, read a good book, or just enjoy their hot cup of coffee. It serves neighborhood comfort food and a fine selection of drinks.
Run by two Australian sisters, Sister Srey Cafe has that boho-chic vibe that makes it a popular choice for expats and tourists. It serves traditional Cambodian cuisine a few of our favorite comfort food like burgers and sandwiches.
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