Good café for a 1st date in Phnom Penh?

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Good café for a 1st date in Phnom Penh?

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That's pretty much the title. I'm new here so if you also have other suggestions regarding good places for dating, don't hesitate. Thanks everyone!
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Re: Good café for a 1st date in PP

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If she likes cats and animals.

CHHMA Catfé (Cat Cafe)
# 33, Street 178 Sangkat Chey Chum Neas Phnom Penh, 12206
010 800 222
https://maps.app.goo.gl/Tqnb8pLKzCS2yGvT8

They got a bunch of imported cats and cat toys.

Zoo Café
St 432, 135, 12305
093 789 003
https://maps.app.goo.gl/K64m91R3bfLwcuVp7

They got exotic animals and a room you can enter with small monkeys.
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Re: Good café for a 1st date in PP

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Zoo Café is a good recommendation if your date is into raccoons running in circles biting the wall from becoming crazy after being isolated.

Sorry but exotic animals do not belong in cafés and Zoo Café is a depressing place.
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Re: Good café for a 1st date in PP

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Easy, Starbucks
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Splash out a bit, take her to Metro on Riverside and 148. Oyster a $ a pop between 5-7.
Or Wednesday night at Oskar on Riverside and 110. Ladies night with 2 for 1 cocktails for the girls.

Getting them pissed in a nice environment pays dividends.
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Re: Good café for a 1st date in PP

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Try a sky bar? Good place to keep the conversation flowing, good view, couple of cocktails and see where it goes from there.

Metro also not a bar shout.
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Re: Good café for a 1st date in PP

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Alex wrote: Sat Jan 25, 2020 3:23 pmEasy, Starbucks
Sorry, but a country that seems to have some very nice coffee, a good date is to go to a coffee chain that has some expensive average to mediocre offerings?
Is this a first date idea to ensure there’s no second date?
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Re: Good café for a 1st date in PP

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Heaps in the Aeon Mall.

Starfucks and Amazon Coffee everywhere.

Browns on 110 are good.

There's one at the old railways station on 110 opposite the Peace Palace - has fresh air.

Park Cafe on Monivong is Good - Popular!

Good luck on your Date.
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Re: Good café for a 1st date in PP

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There are tons of lesser known and frequented sky bars,

Kolab Sor, Okay Boutique Hotel comes to mind.
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fax wrote: Sat Jan 25, 2020 3:20 pm Zoo Café is a good recommendation if your date is into raccoons running in circles biting the wall from becoming crazy after being isolated.

Sorry but exotic animals do not belong in cafés and Zoo Café is a depressing place.
I agree, I went there once and it was like sitting in a pet shop with the associated odours. The staff weren't too enthusiastic and the drinks were overpriced crap made from powders.
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