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Don't care how you dress it up, it is all about the product and the coffee is frankly terrible, it is terrible in Australia and it is equally terrible here.
Perfect place if you're planning on camping out all day to get work done. Prices are some of the highest I've seen while traveling ($4.50 for a large Americano) BUT the comfortable chairs, sunny lighting, good wifi, and food options make this place a good choice despite price.
Newly arrived in Phnom Penh, we popped in for a quick bite before exploring the city. My wife and I ordered BLT and were reminded of the Edinburgh post of the world's worst bacon and egg sandwich - BLT from here is not far behind! Avoid at all costs!
This branch of GJs doesn't really qualify as a xafe per se. Instead, more just a stand to get coffee to go. Same average taste as the other branches around town, with a bit less service, and a lot less seating.
If your in need of a GJ fix there is one down by the river at the end of town (sorry..where the tour boats go out) Upstairs, cool, good coffee and view onto the river. Great when your hot and want an internet fix too. Outside area for smokers fix too.
Stopped in here for a coffee before meeting some friends. I had the "coffee of the day" and it was incredibly overpriced and tasted like water. Many of the coffee shops in PP will have western prices but good quality coffee-- not the case at Gloria Jeans. My friend was also disappointed in her drink, which was incredibly small for... More
Located in the foyer of the Canadia Tower, this café is more of a booth for centre staff to collect their coffee when they pass through. There are 3 small tables off to the side of the counter, but they are pretty cramped. None-the-less, the little café served up some nice very nice coffee and the foyer was pleasantly air-conditioned.... More
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