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WHAT would you love to do in your free time? Where would you go for your meetings, to hang out with friends, or just relax? Some people might choose to go to a café shop.

Take a look: there are many café shops along the main roads around Phnom Penh. They are all similar, in that they serve breakfast, lunch, dinner and  snacks, and have Wi-Fi access.

As members of the young generation, I believe you really need to try something new. So, if you want to spend time at a café, I can introduce you to a new one.

I used to go to several café shops before my friends suggested I try M Café. It doesn’t sound strange to recommend a new place.

I decided to eat out at M Café in the afternoon. When I arrived, it was hard to find because it’s not located on the ground floor. Then the security guard showed me the stairs to M Café, which is on the first floor.

I was welcomed by the staff as I entered the shop. After that, I found a seat and asked a waitress for a cup of coffee. I looked around for a few minutes before she brought me my order.

M Café is small and has interesting decor. There are about half a dozen staff, all of whom have welcoming smiles and are friendly.

But the most interesting, and surprising, thing about it is that you don’t have to pay to use the café’s Ipads to access the internet.

So you can go to the café without your laptop or phone to connect the Wi-Fi to access the internet or play games there. M Café has four iPads, but a staff member said it would soon have more to meet customer demand.

M Café provides you with the technology stuff, in the form of free iPads, but with reas-onably priced food and drinks as well.

So, if you want to eat out, hang out with friends and use an iPad, try M Café.

You can’t miss it, as it’s in front of the Sen Sok Hospital.


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