Farm to Table Cafe, Phnom Penh - review by Rusty Compass
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Farm to Table Cafe, Phnom Penh

| 23 Feb 2016

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Farm to Table Cafe, Phnom Penh
St. 360 #16, near St. 51, Phnom Penh
+855 78 899 722
Breakfast, lunch and dinner

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Price guide: $$$

Our rating
23 Feb 2016

The ultimate Phnom Penh escape serves delicious fresh and nutritious food - salads, sandwiches, juices and so on - in a big outdoor space that includes a veggie patch and tractor.

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Phnom Penh’s developed a vibrant little health conscious cafe scene - driven in no small part by the ARTillary Cafe people, who are also behind Farm to Table. They’re serving vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options - but meat eaters will find some tasty choices too.

Farm to Table is a large open-air garden space, shaded by trees, scattered with wooden tables, chairs and some lounges - open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Staff are friendly, and the setting’s great for chilling, with a delicious and nutritious meal.  It’s well priced too.

Farm to Table is kid-friendly - though the warning sign on the tractor would suggest that things may have come unstuck at some point.

Friday night drinks are popular with Phnom Penh expats.


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