An interview brought me to this lovely cafe just on Main and East Georgia. This area has become increasingly trendier with small art galleries and Pnom Penh being close by.

I was here very early so I decided to have breakfast. They have a spinach and mushroom quiche and I grabbed a San Pelligrino.

The quiche was enormous and very filling. I loved the crust, it was a little buttery than most- which I enjoyed. The quiche itself is tall at about two or three inches and with most of the spinach and mushroom on the top. Unfortunately my quiche was a little burnt, but the parts that were not were nice.

I got to sit in this Caffe for a couple hours and it seemed like I was transplanted to another city for that particular time. The decor in
the cafe has a lot of character, that certain small town charm you get when you visit- duh- a small town.

The cafe also turns into a bar and restaurant of some sorts and someone recommended I come back for Taco Tuesdays. Duly noted.

All the menu items are priced so fairly, I had to do a double and triple take to make sure my tired eyes were not playing tricks on me.


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