Great little out of the way spot. Very versatile cuisine.
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The pizza is really good here and the staff were really friendly. It took a little while (about 35 minutes) to be ready, but I got it takeaway so may be quicker if you're eating in instead.
It's agood place to go for a relaxed meal away from the bustle of riverside. The food is always good and I recommend the big breakfast which must be the best value breakfast in town. The staff are extremely friendly and polite. I like it.
we had a great dish of home made ravioli with cheese. very good, in fact much surpassed expectations. owner is very nice and helpful. had dinner there a couple of times.
Sandwiched between the always-busy Rusty Keyhole and the super-cheap Captain Chim's, Cafe Malay somehow gets overlooked. This is a shame. Their food is always great (their pizzas in particular are some of the best I had in Cambodia at much cheaper than most places) and...More
This small place serves great food to fair prices. I tried the chicken amok and it was delicious. My breakfast next day was tasty as well. I'll come back! Thanks.
Visited in November and tried Cafe Malay for the first time, and I think I've found a new "go to" restaurant in Kampot. Their pasta and pizza were particularly tasty and their homemade ice cream, with a variety of unique flavours (chocolate chili and Bailey's...More