The meat pie is New Zealand’s favourite snack, although it’s a little known fact that Cambodian immigrants have been winning top awards at the national pie competition for years. Kiwi culinary nous now comes to Siem Reap to serve up some sensational flakey pastry pies and a mighty fine coffee to boot. The head baker at New Zealand Café & Bakery boasts over a decade of experience working the NZ ovens, while the barista has spent 14 years honing her coffee crafting skills – she knows when to throw away an espresso shot and start again. Try their popular large iced latte ($3.60) or their steak burger meal ($4.50, including chips and soft drink). Dishes range from $2 to $13, and there’s currently a 10% discount on all food and coffees. You’ll find the interior on each of the three floors relaxed and with modern furnishings, and painted all black to honour the national flag of New Zealand and their beloved two-time reigning world champion rugby team.
Health & Beauty
Use our guide to Phnom Penh pampering and take some time for self-indulgence.
Tastes Of The World
Japan has been the top foreign aid donor to Cambodia for many years and its people have also brought
Spas & Massage
A host of treatment and massage options, from Swedish, Thai, Balinese, Japanese and Chinese to Hawai