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“Eating for a cause”

Connecting Hands Training Cafe
Ranked #7 of 1,743 Restaurants in Phnom Penh
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: USD 3 - USD 8
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Dining options: Breakfast
Description: Dining with a cause. Connecting Hands is a not for profit training cafe in Cambodia providing opportunity for young Cambodian women to gain skills as young cooks, chefs, Baristas and customer service staff. We serve fresh delicious fresh meals and all natural smoothies, fantastic coffee and deserts. Our goal is to empower young women to change their own lives with traineeships and on the job training within our Connecting Hands training Cafe in Cambodia. Our training model assists young women by empowering them with training opportunities with great working conditions, higher salaries than average, English classes, medical treatment, accommodation & ongoing practical support to equip them to change their lives.
Reviewed 13 December 2017

It was near by my hostel and having read such positive reviews i was really looking forward to it.
I had a coffee and avocado toast with eggs which were great.
I noticed they have very popular smoothies and sweet potatoes chips but i didn't get a chance to try.

The service was very good and the place is nice and cool. Its not far from the museum and river side too

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Thank Natty84
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Reviewed 12 December 2017 via mobile

I had the chicken and salad wrap, which was just lovely- so fresh, with some yummy garlic aioli also had a fabulous flat white! Would definitely recommend!

Thank Clairemcl662
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Reviewed 10 December 2017 via mobile

A cafe with a purpose and serving good food with western options.
Quiet and air conditioned the cafe is managed by a group of young women working for better futures for themselves and their families.
Worthy of a visit and your support.
A favourite.

Thank Dara-Khmer
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Reviewed 9 December 2017 via mobile

Very enjoyable lunch in this fairly central cafe just back from the waterfront near the National Museum. My beef lok lak was very good and the service friendly and efficient. Clean surroundings and toilets, free wifi. Plus you know you are helping disadvantaged Cambodian youths so worth that extra dollar.

Thank bridgemagoo2
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Reviewed 27 November 2017

Stumbled across this delightful cafe with good food and cold drinks
Excellent service
Supports vulnerable women

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Thank Maxichan
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