The 7 Best Brunch Spots In Phnom Penh

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The 7 Best Brunch Spots In Phnom Penh

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Elizabeth Thorn
11 Nov 2019

Best Brunch In Phnom Penh

Sofitel Phnom Penh Phokeethra
Head to the swanky Sofitel Hotel on Sundays from 11:30 am to 3 pm to feast on some of the best brunch food and drinks in Cambodia. The spread includes indulgent options such as imported charcuterie and cheeses, Australian beef and lamb, and even a few Indian and Thai dishes. Upgrade to a boozy brunch and enjoy free-flowing Veuve Clicquot brut Champagne and wine. Live jazz music will help set the mood.

What better place to enjoy brunch in Phnom Penh than in a cafe that doubles as an art gallery. This trendy space is sure to impress, and the menu is just as delightful. The menu is healthy-focused, so you can fuel up the right way by enjoying dishes such as avocado toast with dukkah, green pancakes, and Eggs Benedict with kale. Pair it with a juice and you’re all good to go.

If you can make it up in time for the breakfast at this trendy Phnom Penh eatery then you’ll be rewarded with a free-flow of delectable eats. Think, homemade pastries, Eggs Benedict, and honey-glazed pancakes all for just $10. However, on the weekends they kick things up a notch. Weekend brunch features a variety of fine French cheeses and cold cuts. Upgrade to the champagne brunch for a bubbly time.

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