Very nice coffee shop, the environment is very petty bourgeoisie, drinking coffee and eating bread in it feels great, the bagel is delicious, the coffee is too much, so I asked for soda to quench my thirst.
The desserts here are much better than the dinner. The food is relatively simple. It's a bit similar to finger pie, meat with sauce, and then cheese. The fries are full and crispy, but the portion is a bit less. Very warm, you can enjoy it slowly.
Simple restaurant, the food is quite delicious, although there is no Chinese menu, but basically every dish has real pictures and the main ingredients in English, if you don’t understand, ask the waiter, there is basically no problem with ordering.
This was one of the first charity coffee shops/restaurants to open in Phnom Penh. All the staff are being trained
If you are looking for a break near the market and coffee cake, this is a good place to relax, air-conditioned...hot pot of coffee and cake, you can give you a much-needed boost