The ice cream was melting at such a rapid pace and the cone was so stale. In terms of taste was so so, nothing spectacular.
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Another place that has been around for a long time, but where standards seem to have slipped a little. Perhaps I was just here on an off day but I found the bread chewy and the croissant a little stale, and my latte was incredibly...More
Apart from the cosy room and free wifi to enjoy your coffee, you will find a bunch of tasty pastries and breads and very good ice cream ! You can even find a cake for whatever parties you need not too expansive.
It was hot outside so we sat & enjoyed several flavours of ice cream! Soon cooled us down! Many of the cakes & pastries looked good but we didn't try this visit.
Went there twice for coffee and ice cream. I love thee local coffee. I like there unique ice cream too. but my favorite among all was the coconut ice cream. The staff were been very helpful when it comes to explaining how unique there ice...More
Our worst coffee bar experience in our 5 week trip was at the Blue Pumpkin at Angkor Wat. Coffee was very expensive (think UK high street chain prices) and served in very small cups by indifferent and arrogant staff - overall a much poorer experience...More
Some of the best pastries ever. The place to go to get a great coffee and an apple tart to make your visit to Siem Reap extra special. The original outlet was one of the first specially cafes in town prior to the explosion in...More
Good place for ice cream and the upstairs cafe area is nice and cool. Lots of flavours to choose from and the passion fruit ice cream is particularly good.
Loved the new styles of ice creams they have try the ginger one.... Also a place that s really airconditoned loved that during the heat you experience outside
We had lunch here with our tour group. There were several courses and all were almost to pretty to eat......but we ate them and they were delicious. Service was great, there's a nice gift shop attached, and the restaurant is right outside the entrance to...More