A few short blocks from Pub Street, Sisters Srey serves up healthy Western food, coffee, and smoothies in mason jars. There’s an adorable boutique and a community bookshelf, and best of all, a community give-back program.
The riverfront cafe was opened in 2012 by two expat sisters from Australia. The space is expertly decorated with a large community table in front, glass jars of freshly baked cookies and plants hanging from the ceiling. (Mostly) healthy food is served on wood planks, with thick fries in metal buckets, and a drink list delivered in old hard-cover children’s books. It’s a perfectly executed casual modern cafe concept.
Even better than the delicious food and ambiance, is the mission. Sister Srey employs Khmer students, offering flexible hours to balance school work, fair pay and ongoing training. They’re also a hub for ConCERT (Connecting Communities, Environment & Responsible Tourism) staff, who are on site to provide resources and information about responsible tourism in Cambodia. A dark, strong cup of Three Corner Coffee, a social enterprise to support the local community, is the perfect addition to an afternoon in their upstairs Reading Lounge.
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