Excellent WiFi, aircon, seating, service, menu and outlets. The staff are wonderful and it is my 'go to' place when I am in Phnom Penh to meet friends, colleagues or just get some work done.
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I recently went for breakfast at Java with a colleague. The cafe was nice and cool and the food and service was very good and at a reasonable price. A+
In a city with an over abundance of cafes, this popular cafe stands out. Located centrally near the Independence Monument, it has a nice residential feel, enhanced by changing art exhibitions on the walls of the 1st floor rooms. There is a good range of...More
Upstairs is really beautiful, with lovely seating on the balcony and great decor inside too. Highly recommend the coconut granola - it comes with lots of fresh fruit! And the coffee is always very good.
Sitting on the second-floor patio, won't can't imagine looking on Sihanouk Boulevard and Independence Monument and feeling you have stepped back into time. It's open air but comfortable with a breeze and ceiling fans; amazingly-quick service and an amazing menu - from duck breast to...More
Java is a top place in Phnom Penh, if not only offers a great food but also has wonderful design full of pictures and pieces of local art. 10% of the profit supports the local artist community. Their service is great, food portions sufficient and...More
All expats enjoy this place. It provides excellent quality food, extended European cuisine, pleasant atmosphere and high quality service. It is also located in the very city center. Great place for meting with friends or business meetings. The upper floor accommodates an art gallery.
We stopped by for lunch - we were on holidays but my brother is a regular! Really great spot - food was excellent, staff really friendly and choice of juices etc super. Would definitely be going there more often if I was nearby! Its a...More
nice place close to the independance monument, nice beers and burgers, especially the mushroom one. nice terrasse with view on the monument. great time.
Stopped here for a break on the recommendation of U.K.s Guardian newspaper. It has a lovely terrace upstairs with a small art gallery. I ordered a Pumpkin muffin, which was very nice and a Cafe au lait, with hot milk, which at best was tepid....More