Everyone loved the cookies back home. The peppered cookies were surprisingly good. The basil and herbs dried banana chip was also a delight!
I bought their medium sized cashew cookies for my loved ones at home. Oh they gave sample cookies as well at the cookie shop, so you can choose types of cookies you want before purchasing, but my favorite is the cashew nut. I also bought Madam Sachiko's Mango cooler, it really tasted good and refreshing, a small cup cost USD... More
This was a backup plan for souvenir to bring back. After seeing the usual boring shawls & bags in the night market, there is really nothing interesting to buy for my colleagues. So went to Madam Sachiko. It was a bit pricey (USD10 for a box of 20 cookies) but all my colleagues love the buttered Angkor Cookies (in the... More
All the cookies and chips I've tried were really good! They have free sample for all the flavors. Loved the Angkor Wat and Lotus cookies. Also the Banana chips pepper. Would have loved to buy one of each if it weren't a bit pricey.
I made a trip there to buy something for family and colleagues back home. It's really expensive for normal tasting biscuits. the only special thing is its shape. saw a lot of people carrying the paper bags at the airport, Mdm Sachiko must be earning loads every day!!
I like Madam Sachiko! They offered free tasting and are not pushy. The biscuits are yummy and crunchy, but not cheap for Cambodia's standard. I bought the Angkor Wat cookies as souvenirs. Some of the flavours are unique and delicious. I like lotus, green tea, black sesame etc..
Saw boxes of their cookies at the airport and decided to visit their main store. The store is located just across Sofitel hotel and beside it is Cafe Puka Puka. You can have a free sample of the different flavors of cookies. My favorites were the coconut & black pepper flavor. Price range is $5 (small box of cookies) to... More
I was really excited about going to this place based on previous reviews I'd read. I made a detour on my way to one of the temples and was highly disappointed. The cookies were ok, but not spectacular and not worth the detour. Nice shop though...and free tasting.
Coming from Angkor Wat I decided to take a shake in Cafe Puka Puka, but ended in Madame Sachiko's cookie store eating delicious angkor cookies (made by Cambodian hands, with Cambodian ingredients). You can try all them all. They come in small packages of US$5 that contain around 20 small cookies. I bought a lot of "lotus cookies"... delicious and... More
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