A gem located on the banks of the Mekong River in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
I was looking for different food, in addition with the nostalgia for Italian food, I found this restaurant that transported me to "lo stivale" (the boot) thanks to its menu and sympathy of its owner from Naples.
Despite how difficult it is to find products to revive Italy in Southeast Asia, Pop Café succeeds.
The menu includes antipasti, pastas, pizzas and desserts where you can enjoy Italy at over 10,000 kms. away.
During my stay in the city, I repeated my dinner three times at Pop Cafe and never regretted it.
From the home made pasta to the crunchy pizza or the mozzarella as antipasto.
The prices were convenient considering the quality of the products. The pizza range between USD 7.5-11. Pastas between USD 7.5 and 9.5.
A place that is worth for simplicity and service, but above all, for the quality of the food and wines of the house.
Picture: Tagliatelle all' funghi and gorgonzola (USD 8), Antipasti Mozzarella Caprese (USD 6.5), Pizza Parma (USD 11) and Spaghetti all' Pesto (USD 8).
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