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Aug 9, 2019
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With so much to see and do in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, you are going to want to kick-start any day of exploration with a good cup of coffee. Luckily for backpackers to the capital, Mad Monkey has rounded up the best places to get your caffeine fix. Keep reading to find out which coffee shops are the must-visit cafes in Phnom Penh!

 

Enso

All-day breakfast, yoga classes, vegan desserts: Enso Cafe seemingly has it all. This bright and airy cafe is the perfect place to pull up a comfortable chair and spend an afternoon relaxing and getting your caffeine fix. Prices start at $1.50, and you can add an additional shot to any coffee for $0.50 more! Enso Cafe has all the caffeinated beverages one would ever need, including:

  • Espressos
  • Macchiatos
  • Cappuccinos
  • Lattes
  • Soy Lattes
  • Mochas
  • Cold-brew iced coffees
  • Flat white

 

Enso

Coffee at Enso © Courtesy of Kelly Iverson/Mad Monkey

 

Be sure to pair your coffee with a freshly-made baked good, like their vegan muffin or walnut bread. It is located right across from Monument Bookstore, so feel free to grab your favorite, second-hand novel across the way and enjoy!

Location50B Street 240, Phnom Penh, Cambodia — VIEW MAP

Contact: +85 078 626 240 | Website

Hours: Daily from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

 

Enso Phnom Penh

Coffee at Enso © Courtesy of Kelly Iverson/Mad Monkey

 

 

Eleven One Kitchen

Eleven One Kitchen has two delicious venues in Phnom Penh. This restaurant is known for its plastic-free initiatives. It is the only restaurant in the capital to be 99 percent plastic-free! In addition to delish and healthy mains, this restaurant is serving up an array of caffeine favorites that are sure to kick-start your day of exploring the capital! Check out their coffee and tea menu, which features:

  • Espresso ($1.50)
  • Americano ($1.75)
  • Capuccino hot/iced ($2.25)
  • Cafe latte hot/iced ($2.25)
  • mocha hot/iced ($2.50)

 

Eleven One Kitchen

Eleven One Kitchen © Courtesy of Kelly Iverson/Mad Monkey

 

Eleven One Kitchen

Eleven One Kitchen © Courtesy of Kelly Iverson/Mad Monkey

 

Location:  St 334, Phnom Penh, Cambodia — VIEW MAP

Contact: +66 086 516 111 | Website

Hours: Daily from 7 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

 

Eleven One Kitchen

Eleven One Kitchen © Courtesy of Kelly Iverson/Mad Monkey

 

 

Vibe Cafe

Vibe is an animal-free restaurant and cafe that has been impressing meat-free diners since it’s inception. It offers diners a relaxed and plant-like vibe (pun intended). Sit down, enjoy one of their extensive vegan menu items, and get your coffee fix from:

  • Espresso ($2)
  • Americano ($2.5)
  • Cappuccino ($3)
  • Latte ($3)
  • French Press ($2.5)
  • Cold Drip ($2.50)
  • Iced Salted Caramel Latte ($3.5)

 

If you want an extremely unique cafe, be sure to try Vibe’s Spanish Bombom Coffee, a delicious combination of espresso, cashew milk, homemade chocolate sauce, and cashew condensed milk.

 

Location: House 26, Tom Pong 26A Street 446, Toul — VIEW MAP

Contact: +855 61 764 937 | Website

Hours: Monday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. | Tuesday to Sunday from 7:30 a.m. from 9 p.m.

 

Vibe Cafe

Vibe Cafe © Courtesy of Kelly Iverson/Mad Monkey

 

 

Artillery Arts Cafe

Artillery Arts Cafe is one of our favorite coffee shops and restaurant duos in Phnom Penh. Not only is the menu rocking gluten-free, raw, nut-free, and vegan-friendly options, it is also serving up some of the best coffee in the city. Be sure to check out their 100 percent organically grown Arabica that is sourced in Southeast Asia and roasted daily in the city. Their unique blends include:

  • Black Tonic: an espresso over ice topped with tonic, wild honey, and lime ($3.25)
  • Espresso (single/double) – $1.75 / $2.25
  • Americano (hot/iced) – $2.25
  • Latte (hot/iced) – $2.75
  • Cappuccino (hot/iced) – $2.75

You also have your choice of cow, cashew, or coconut milk!

 

Location: St 244, Phnom Penh, Cambodia — VIEW MAP

Contact: +85 078 985 530 | Website

Hours: Daily from 7:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.

 

Artillery Arts Cafe

Artillery Arts Cafe © Courtesy of Kelly Iverson/Mad Monkey

 

 

Backyard Cafe

Backyard Cafe is the sister venue to Vibe Cafe. This healthy community spot was designed with customers in mind. There are plenty of cozy places to curl up with a good book – it has become a watering hole for digital nomads and freelancers, as well. This menu has one of the widest arrays of items, with everything from vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, sugar-free, and raw menu selections.

In addition to delicious food, be sure to try their extensive coffee menu, including:

  • Iced latte: ($3.5)
  • Iced cappuccino: ($3.5)
  • Espresso: ($2)
  • Double espresso: ($2.5)
  • Americano: ($2.5)
  • Cappuccino: ($3)
  • Latte: ($3)
  • French press: ($2.5)
  • Iced coffee: ($2.5)

All of their coffee is served with either fresh cow milk or homemade cashew milk.

 

Location: 11B Vimol Thoam Thong St. (246), Phnom Penh — VIEW MAP

Contact: +66 078 751 715 | Website

Hours: Monday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. | Tuesday-Sunday from 7:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.

 

 

Backyard Cafe

Backyard Cafe © Courtesy of Kelly Iverson/Mad Monkey

 

 

Lot 369

Lot 369 is one of the most popular cafes in all of Phnom Penh. This venue has not one but two locations in the city: one in BKK1 and another in Russian Market. Both are certainly worth checking out!

Kick-start your day with one of their delicious menu items, with options including breakfast, brunch, burgers, Asian fusion, vegetarian, and vegan options. In addition to a cool atmosphere and tasty menu, Lot 369 is one of our favorite spots to stop in for a coffee. Be sure to try their:

  • Flat white: ($3)
  • Latte: ($3)
  • Cappuccino: ($3)
  • Espresso: ($2.50)
  • Cold brew: ($3.50)
  • Piccolo latte: ($2.75)

 

Mad Monkey Insider Tip:

Be sure to check out Lot 369 on Wednesdays – every coffee is only $1!

 

Location

Contact: +855 012 345 541 | Facebook

Hours: Monday-Saturday from 7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. | Sunday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

 

Lot 369

Coffee at Lot 369 © Courtesy of Kelly Iverson/Mad Monkey

 

 

Java Creative Cafe

Java Creative Cafe is a community and cafe art space. It was established in 2000 and now has three cafes and art spaces total. Our favorite location is the one in Toul Tom Poung. It hosts artistic events in the evenings that are well worth a visit in addition to the great coffee. For your caffeine fix, be sure to try Java Creative Cafe’s:

  • Espresso (1.75-2.75)
  • Iced coffee with milk (2.25-3.50)
  • Piccolo (2.25-3.50)
  • Iced salted caramel cappuccino (3.50)

 

Location: # 50, Street 468 Toul Tum Poung II, 12311 — VIEW MAP

Contact: +85 077 873 929 | Website

Hours: Daily from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.

 

Java Creative Cafe

Java Creative Cafe © Courtesy of Kelly Iverson/Mad Monkey

 

 

TINI Cafe + Bar

As its name suggests, TINI Cafe + Bar is a tiny, two-story cafe found in the heart of Russian Market, otherwise known as Phsar Tuol Tom Poung. The community was dubbed as such after a large number of Russian expats lived in the area during the 1980s. It remains one of the most popular areas in the city, as it boasts of many delicious restaurants, a huge market selling every souvenir you would ever need, and more.

 

TINI Cafe + Bar

Latte at TINI Cafe + Bar © Courtesy of Kelly Iverson/Mad Monkey

 

Ironically enough, TINI is actually pronounced tee-nee, meaning here in Khmer. This cafe is chock full of coffee finds, with takeaway options available. You can choose one of your favorite from their espresso bar, extracted with Feel Good’s Tini blend. Delicious favorites include:

  • Espresso ($1.75)
  • Cortado ($2)
  • Americano ($2.50)
  • Cappuccino ($3)
  • Latte ($3)
  • Flat white ($3)
  • Green tea latte ($3)

There are also pour-over (both single cups and pitchers available if you come with a few friends), as well as unique cold brew coffee that are brewed with Feel Good’s Pakson Lao beans. Their most interesting is certainly the Orange + Soda (4), which is made with their signature cold brew, orange, palm sugar, and soda.

If you are more of a night owl, be sure to check out this cafe after dark and enjoy their every day happy hour from 5-7 p.m. – there are buy one get one on their house wines and cocktails as well as buy two get one free on all other drink (25 percent off any bottle of wine, as well).

 

TINI Cafe + Bar

TINI Cafe + Bar © Courtesy of Kelly Iverson/Mad Monkey

 

Mad Monkey Insider Tip:

Be sure to ask for no straw – this cafe has yet to kick it’s plastic and all of the iced drinks were served with one. You can tell the TINI team in Khmer, “at yo tro yo,” meaning, “no straw!”

LocationNo.57, St.450 (b/w Sts.135+155), Toul Tom Poung I Phnom Penh, Cambodia — VIEW MAP

Contact: +85 017 555 450  | Facebook

Hours: Daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

 

TINI Cafe + Bar

TINI Cafe + Bar © Courtesy of Kelly Iverson/Mad Monkey

 

 

Treehouse Cafe

Treehouse Cafe is a small coffee shop that is fairly new (only a few months old) to the caffeine scene here in Phnom Penh. It only consists of six tables and a handful of chairs, so be sure to get here early to pull up a seat. This quaint cafe is right next to the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, making it the best spot to grab a cup of coffee before going to the museum.

 

Treehouse Phnom Penh

Treehouse Phnom Penh © Courtesy of Kelly Iverson/Mad Monkey

 

Treehouse doesn’t serve any food (yet, as told by the barista), but be sure to check out their extensive list of brews the next time you’re in Phnom Penh. The menu is split up by espresso, specialty drinks, teas, hand brews, extras, and even craft beers. You can add an extra espresso shot for only $0.50, a flavor shot for $0.75, and even coconut milk shot for $0.75. Coffee lovers should be sure to try their:

  • Americano ($2.25)
  • Cortado ($2.25)
  • Flat white ($3)
  • Affogato ($3)
  • Homemade chai latte ($3.25)
  • Cold-brew ($3)
Treehouse Phnom Penh

Treehouse Phnom Penh © Courtesy of Kelly Iverson/Mad Monkey

Mad Monkey Insider Tip:

If you could from 8-11 a.m., you get a dollar off their hand brews! These coffees are normally $3.50 and feature a special coffee bean selection – be sure to ask barista which beans are in stock the next time you visit!

 

Location#44, St. 113, Phum 6, BKK3, Phnom Penh — VIEW MAP

Contact: +85 017 966 746 | Facebook

Hours: Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. | Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (closed on Sundays)

 

Treehouse Phnom Penh

Treehouse Phnom Penh © Courtesy of Kelly Iverson/Mad Monkey

 

 

Brown Coffee

This chain is well worth a visit whilst you are visiting Cambodia. Brown Coffee is serving up some of the best coffee in town, and while it is a bit more expensive, the ambiance certainly makes up for the cost. Be sure to enjoy one of their extensive coffee drink items, including:

  • Palm cappuccino ($2.75-3.95)
  • Caramel latte ($2.50-3.95)
  • Caramel Macchiato ($2.70-3.95)
  • Americano ($2.20-3.65)

 

Location: Rue Pasteur No. 51, Phnom Penh, Cambodia 12302 — VIEW MAP

Contact: +85 023 217 262 | Website

Hours: Daily from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

 

Brown Coffee and Bakery

Brown Coffee and Bakery © Courtesy of Kelly Iverson/Mad Monkey

 

 

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