Del Mar Pastry & Coffee - Sihanoukville

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Right next to the Excellence in English School (or Service). Glad they moved, the other place was too small, and I never liked the setup in the King Gold Hotel. And the prices are reasonable, unlike Awaken Cafe.
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Popeye wrote:
Jamie_Lambo wrote:will have to go for coffee when im back :D
i always get cravings for quiche in cambodia for some reason haha
Real Men don't eat quiche !
Yea, we don't raise our standards higher than the humble meat pie.

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Duncan wrote:
Popeye wrote:
Jamie_Lambo wrote:will have to go for coffee when im back :D
i always get cravings for quiche in cambodia for some reason haha
Real Men don't eat quiche !
Yea, we don't raise our standards higher than the humble meat pie.

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dang where you get dat pie!
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Dammit Panna cotta, not penne sorry!


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Sneled wrote:Surely you mean "panna cotta"?
Yes. I got my dessert and pasta confused sorry.


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Real men eat bacon n' egg pie...not quiche :wink:
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Jamie_Lambo wrote:
Duncan wrote:
Popeye wrote:
Jamie_Lambo wrote:will have to go for coffee when im back :D
i always get cravings for quiche in cambodia for some reason haha
Real Men don't eat quiche !
Yea, we don't raise our standards higher than the humble meat pie.

Image
dang where you get dat pie!



Yea, this Vietnam bakery makes a nice range of pies like the one shown, mushroom and beef and a curry chicken all at $4.50. And they are a decent size. , The catch is that's in Australia and so Australian dollars = USA $3.50. Why can they not produce them for that price here ? Cheaper wages, cheaper rents, no taxes ????
Cambodia,,,, Don't fall in love with her.
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Duncan wrote:
Jamie_Lambo wrote:
Duncan wrote:
Popeye wrote:
Jamie_Lambo wrote:will have to go for coffee when im back :D
i always get cravings for quiche in cambodia for some reason haha
Real Men don't eat quiche !
Yea, we don't raise our standards higher than the humble meat pie.

Image
dang where you get dat pie!



Yea, this Vietnam bakery makes a nice range of pies like the one shown, mushroom and beef and a curry chicken all at $4.50. And they are a decent size. , The catch is that's in Australia and so Australian dollars = USA $3.50. Why can they not produce them for that price here ? Cheaper wages, cheaper rents, no taxes ????
to be fair i usually go to Snookys bar in SHV and get a Kampot Pepper Steak pie, Chips, Veggies and Gravy all for $4.50 which i dont thinks a bad deal, although i think the best pie i used to have here in Cambodia used to be the Steak & Guiness Pie at the Cavern Pub on 104 in PP
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I like the French/Cambodian one up on the main street around the corner from Samadea's.(they just moved there.) I believe I used the place mentioned here when my WiFi was down a while back. It was ok. Yes, it was clean.
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I can't edit, dammit.
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