Came here for lunch and was not disappointed. The bowl of goodness was soo tasty and my husband had the pumpkin soup and the BLT. Equally delicious. Place was packed and had good atmosphere. Highly recommend.
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Another great find in Siem Reap. Started by two Australian sisters, this airy, welcoming cafe offers a great assortment of breakfast and lunch items served all day. I had the awesome lentil burger with sweet potato fries (substituted at no charge for regular fries) and...More
Decent Western/American style breakfast in the middle of Siem Reap. Service is good and attentive. Menu is thorough: my partner got eggs Benedict while I got a banana coconut bread and smoothie. Of course, not all ingredients will be the same as those at home...More
Sister Srey has an array of healthy options and the food is nice, wouldn't say it's anything special... but it's definitely enjoyable (as well as affordable). The restaurant itself is located street-side near the river, but yet it still offers a tranquil atmosphere and gives...More
I've been travelling for four months and all I wanted was some good old healthy meals and Sister Srey did not disappoint! As well as having friendly staff hey have some of the most delicious western style food ever and some amazing breakfast choices! Portions...More
It's a simple menu, great options, and quality ingredients. Reminds me of my favourite brunch spot back home. My girlfriend and I went halfsies on eggs benny and the hash. Both dishes brought me right back home.. :) Would definitely return!
Went to this place because of the interesting menu and I fancied the chicken burger with mango and thick cut chips. It was tasty although it wasn't big. The flatwhite was too milky and not very hot, slightly disappointed with it. The place had a...More
Delightful, shabby chic cafe on the river in Siem Reap serving a fantastic warm breakfast salad made of spinach, mushrooms and more. Quirky clothes and a lovely bright fresh feeling. The two Aussie sisters who founded the restaurant work with local people to train them...More