Honey Toast at Aquarius Dessert Café

Honey Toast at Aquarius Dessert Café

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If you’re looking for a café with a unique ambience, check out the newly opened Aquarius Dessert Café.

With its lacquered, white-and-purple décor, the café itself looks like a decadent confection. Luxurious sofas are paired with velvet carpeting, and the place is lined with gingerbread trim.

For a sweet-tooth, the Honey Toast is a small work of art. A popular dessert in Japan, it’s essentially a well of sugar-coated bread filled with ice cream.

Lim Leang, Aquarius Dessert Café owner and manager, said Honey Toast orders take approximately 10 minutes, as each is made from scratch.

She added that the café’s private room was a popular location for birthday parties.

In addition to a variety of sweet Honey Toast flavours, try one of the savoury types too.

Aquarius Dessert Café is located at 69 Street 95, Sangkat Boeung Trobeak, Khan Chom Kamong, Phnom Penh.

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