Lovely setting, food and awesome drinks including the passion fruit monitor. Worthy cause and friendly staff adds another reason to visit.
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In August, we visited Siem Reap for the 2nd time. This time, we put Spoons Cafe in the itinerary as our first lunch because we really like their EGBOK program. The cafe is built mainly by bamboo. There's no A/C & only running on ceiling...More
Four of us ate here last night and can thoroughly recommend it. Excellent staff with waiters who actually know about the food they are serving. All four of our mains were excellent, tasty and good sizes, delivered at the same time which is unusual. Although...More
Even though the organisation EGBOK are doing a fantastic job in this training initiative, the restaurant could easily stand up against any 5 star restaurant antwhere in the world. Upon arrival we were warmly welcomed by the team and shown to our table. The waiter...More
Volunteers teaching culinary arts and hospitality. You are the benefactor with great local delicacies and your payment make you a supporter of this worthwhile endeavor giving a trade to young people. Take me back and sign me up!
This place is beautifully decorated, it has an amazing staff, great food and very importantly, serves an excellent cause: training underprivileged Cambodian youth to work in the hospitality industry, We loved the passion-fruit mojito, coconut dumplings, papaya salad, and the mackerel curry. Definitely a must-try...More