We have spent several months in Phnom Penh, working for an NGO and have sampled the cuisine of many great (and not too good) restaurants. Like many volunteers and ex-pats in the city we can often be found typing away on our computers in an air conditioned cafe with a frappé and sandwich beside us. So here we have compiled a short list of some of our favourite reasonably priced spots in the city.
1. Happy Patch
This has become a favourite haunt of ours, in the heart of BKK1 on the corner of 62 and 288, a big ex-pat area of the city. We have been to Happy Patch countless times and never had a bad meal. The have a much smaller menu than many restaurants in Asia, so what they do they do well. Sandwiches, salads and burgers are all great, but the real selling point at the…
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