Yellow CaféCafé • Cambodia
Also, it's quiet and good for working (free wifi).
Khmer food or western breakfast at good prices. Also, they make a good coffee and passion fruit iced tea. Clean, spacious, new, and a bit undiscovered in this area of town.
The com bi tom is amazing. Have you seen the size of that prawn? Drooling just thinking about it.
Delicious. The special comes with shrimp, pork, two kinds of cha, and crab. My favorite is the crab cha.
Friendly monks and nuns. Nice space for Buddhist gatherings. It's under construction so could likely use additional donations.
Good concept, could be better executed. Space is comfy but could have been a little cleaner.
Trendy, clean, spacious, overall great space to sip, snack, eat and/or work.
I stopped by today, but did not see a yoga studio at 84T/4... Please let me know if I am mistaken. I was on Tran Dinh Xu Street in one of the alley ways of D1.
Tasty diem tam. Shrimps taste better here than at other places I've been. Order what you want in the beginning and they'll pace them out for you. (No carts, made to order.)
The view is good, though hazy when I went in the late afternoon. Can see how much development is going on and get a better feel for the city from above. However, 200k is pricey.
Imported beer selection is better than others, but sure can get pricey. 1.2m dong for Chimay. Went for their house brewed beer vang, trang, and den.
Great value for travelers seeking a mellow environment. The staff take their job very seriously and want people to have a good stay in their city. Will definitely be back!
For the most part, seems like people use the ticketing system (now?). Someone came up right next to me while I was wrapping up my transaction and the agent ignored him. Cash only, bring your passport.
Go to restaurant.com and get a coupon. Also, sake broth all the way.
Short trail that will take you just far enough away from the city noise.