Kambu Café & Bar

Kambu Café & Bar

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Kambu Café & Bar in Phnom Penh. Photograph: Phnom Penh Post
If you're looking for a place to spend some family time on Valentine’s Day, go to the area near Beoung Keng Korng, in Phnom Penh’s Khan Chomkamorn district.


At the corner of Street 310 and Street 57, you’ll notice a nice Cambodian decorated building with “Kambu Café & Bar” written in big blue and red letters on the front.

The shop is very nicely decorated. A soft red sofa surrounds a small round table and a crystal lamp hangs above it. The place looks comfortable and romantic.

As for the service, Kambu Café & Bar has a rich menu, with drinks like black coffee, cappuccino, sake fruit, green tea and a wide choice of soft drinks.

It also serves a variety of foods such as Khmer dishes, Chinese noodles, fried rice and fried noodles.

On Valentine’s Day, if you want to have an unforgettable time with your family or a nice meal with your lover, Kambu Café & Bar is a great choice. 


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