Cambodia‘s Cozy Cafe’s We Love!

Everyone loves good food and good coffee. Yes! And yes, we do love to scout for yummy food and cozy nice places whenever we travel to places. It just kind of makes the entire experience complete on top of just sight-seeing. 🙂

…we know Cambodia is the land of the famous Angkor Wat but it is also home to good coffee. Here’s only a few cafes we’ve visited (that I have pictures of) but when you’re in Phnom Penh or Siem Reap, you’re just a google away of finding out a good one. I do check on tripadvisor and google map reviews but don’t be limited to these, you might just find a good one by asking the locals (if you’re friendly enough).

Backyard Cafe. Our search for coffee led us to this cozy place which is pretty cool and inviting on the outside and a simple and homey design on the inside. They are all about healthy food and organic and stuff i think. Their bamboo straws was quite unique and well, sustainable…hehehe!

Address11B Vimol Thoam Thong St. (246), Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Sister Srey Café. This place is more than just good food, it’s a social enterprise that supports young students through their education.

Address: Sangkat, # 9, Street of Religious, Old Market Bridge, Mongkol Borey 17253, Cambodia

Dara Vody Coffee to Remember. We stayed at one of the boutique hotels near the Wat Botum Park when we went to Phnom Penh. This one we only stumbled upon while walking around because we were too lazy to google for coffee places. I got the iced coffee which was quite nice but what i really like is the packaging.

BIO LAB Café. We found this lovely coffee place in the heart of Siem Reap, which also serves as an office. They serve coffee and drinks in beakers and flasks, fitting it’s name.

Address#0418 Wat Bo Rd Wat Bo Village Sangkat Salakomroeuk, 17254, Cambodia

This little alley near king’s road houses the nicest french cafe we found and a lot other restaurants.

Le Malraux Cafe Restaurant. This french restaurant in the little alley near king’s road has one of the nice looking interiors and art decors. We ordered the linguine with shrimp pasta and peppered tuna salad that was 👌🏼👌🏼👌🏼!

Address: Street of Archbishop of, Krong Siem Reap 17252, Cambodia

Hoping to find more time to do more food posts soon!

Most importantly, i need to find time to organize my Cambodia trip photos so I could post them soon!🙏🏼

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