Kinyei

Coffee Shop and Café
Street 1 1/2, Battambang, Cambodia
Hours:
Open until 7:00 PM (Show more)
  • Mon–Sun
    • 7:00 AM–7:00 PM
Reservations:
No
Menus:
Brunch, Happy Hour
Drinks:
Cocktails
Wi-Fi:
Free
Outdoor Seating:
Yes
6.6/10

Based on 16 votes

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Total Visitors
76
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    Paul W.
    "Best espresso in town"(5 Tips)
    Jo M.
    "Tea, coffee, muesli were lovely but the service was pretty poor."(2 Tips)
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  • Nikki B.

    Great Cambodian cappuccino with coconut water, pineapple syrup and palm sugar - sounds weird but really worked

    Nikki B · May 9
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  • Jo M.

    Tea, coffee, muesli were lovely but the service was pretty poor. I don't know if they were having an off day, but the staff were inattentive and our order took a long time. Decor needs an upgrade.

    Jo Mynard · February 26
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  • Dirk B.

    Staff friendly, great strong coffee, good vibe

    Dirk Beszia · February 19
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  • Philip B.

    Latté is great and the yoghurt with muesli was pretty good!

    Philip Brookes · January 17
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  • Simon S.

    The best coffee you will find in Cambodia and there's a flat white in the menu because it's owned by an Australian. It's like a little outpost of Sydney.

    Simon Seeber · January 15
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  • Andre M.

    Simple, rather uncomfy little cafe but they make the best cappuccino in town which is the only reason to go there but admittedly a good one

    Andre Mohr · December 11, 2012
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  • Daniele C.

    Vegetarian food: ottimo locale x bere e mangiare solo buona cucina cambogiana, nn distante dal mercato principale. Prezzo medio x portata: 1,5 dollari... Ottimo rapporto qualità/prezzo!!!

    Daniele Canonici · August 27, 2011
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  • Paul W.

    Best espresso in town

    Paul Willis · March 2, 2011
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