Del Mar Pastry & Coffee - Sihanoukville

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rozzieoz wrote:I can't eat it, dammit.

There , done it for you.
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PSD-Kiwi wrote:Real men eat bacon n' egg pie...not quiche :wink:
Now you re talking, or should I say eating :Yahoo!:
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i might start rating bum guns
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Raybull wrote: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.
Guess I spoke too soon, they've raised their prices by 20-30%! thumbdown Fuck this, I'm moving back to Chiang Mai where you can still get a latte for 5000r in nice coffee shops
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Best pumpkin pie I've had in years.
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Raybull wrote:
Raybull wrote: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.
Guess I spoke too soon, they've raised their prices by 20-30%! thumbdown Fuck this, I'm moving back to Chiang Mai where you can still get a latte for 5000r in nice coffee shops
Still a few places in SHV & PP to get a good coffee (not that viet shyte) for a $. But some prefer 50%+ extra for the AC or surroundings.
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Fourkinnel wrote:
Raybull wrote:
Raybull wrote: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.
Guess I spoke too soon, they've raised their prices by 20-30%! thumbdown Fuck this, I'm moving back to Chiang Mai where you can still get a latte for 5000r in nice coffee shops
Still a few places in SHV & PP to get a good coffee (not that viet shyte) for a $. But some prefer 50%+ extra for the AC or surroundings.
Yeah I'm not that fussed, just pointing out the greed!
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rozzieoz wrote: Fri Oct 28, 2016 5:56 pm Name: Del Mar Pastry & Coffee
Address: 198, Ekareach Str. 2 Village, Sangkat 2, Preah Sihanouk
Telephone: 070 505 775
Opening hours: 7am - 8pm
Cuisine: Coffee shop, toasted sandwiches, salads
URL: https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_ ... vince.html
Rating: (1-5 if you use it): 5 star


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Del Mar is a little oasis in a mad, crazy world. I LOVE this place.
The coffee, although superb, is not the best thing about the place. The atmosphere is just lovely - so civilized and sophisticated. Nothing is overdone and the artwork is awesome.

Prices are really good and the quality of the food is amazing. Seriously good. Serving sizes are also generous. I almost can't finish the penna cotta but I force myself and find a way. Penna cotta is on the bottom shelf, on the left.

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The food is just to die for. I can recommend any of the quiches, the penna cotta (OMG!), the e'clairs, the new york cheese cake....oh pretty much anything except the carrot cake is gorgeous. The carrot cake, not so much. I have not tried the sandwiches or salads but I intend to, they look good.

The owners are a hard working young couple - We have watched them grow their business in such a great way over the past couple of years - they started around the corner from Samudera in a tiny shop, with an outlet at King Gold apartments near the small market. All of the staff from King Gold have moved to the new location, and service is excellent.

The place is clean, classy and consistent.
I can highly recommend!

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Heads up! There might be a small CEO meet up today, friday aft at this fine café. Topics might include the quality of Rozzies reviews vs bolueeleh's, the usefulness of our greed and gluttony, how to gain 16kg in a week solely on cheesecake, the pros and cons of quiche vis a vis bacon and egg pies and meat pies with gravy, pumpkin pie versus cheese cake, and the finer points of ABC beer as we ponder the extent of trafficking and reasonable tips within KTVs. NGO need not apply unless a new CV is required. RSVP also not applicable. 4pm.
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See you at 4! Yum!


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haha ok see u at 4pm, but i have to get out at 4.45, hv a staff birthday at office today
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