We went there for a coffee and found the staff completely desinterested (they didn't even get our order of two coffees right) and they added a "tax" to our bill.
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Where do I start? Rum & Sprites arrived with no ice; ordered a papaya salad, only to be told 10 minutes later that they don’t have it; ordered cigarettes from the menu, only to be told to go across the road to buy them ourselves;...More
Service was excellent by a charming young man. Food good too. When bill came there was a 10% service vat tax added ...which was not on the menu. Would have happily paid if I knew before hand and was prepared to give more than 10%...More
Cute place with second floor seating overlooking the tight tiny village of tourist area of Kep. Good curries and cheap cocktails from a gigantic menu.
This is a good location to wait for your bus or transportation back to Phnom Penh. Good view and they serve food and drinks at comparatively reasonable prices. But cost of living has really gone up in Cambodia. It's no longer a cheap place for...More
This place was the glitziest looking place in the area we stayed, so decided to eat here on our first night. Had a reasonably good wine list, but unfortunately the cab sav, i ordered was served well chilled, almost icy. The prawns in Kampot pepper...More
We ordered fresh pork and shrimp spring rolls, Greek salad, Fish Amok and Stuffed Squid with a bottle of chilled house white that was a Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay blend from Chile. The food took about 30 minutes to arrive but it was really worth the...More
One of around 8 restaurants in the square near the beach in Kep. Not very busy at night, as I think people prefer to eat at the Crab Market. Food OK but nothing special - not too pricey.
The food was great and the prices are really fair. To enter the restaurant you must first climb some stairs but they've got an elevator which I think is only accessible for handicapped people. The downside was that it was in an open area and...More
We had Pho and Bo bun, both are good of taste. We thought Bo Bun is Bun Bo Hue and were quiet disappointed when they served another kind of rice noodle with stir fried beef but this one is good to try so we thought...More