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Le Café Mith Samlanh

Whether you want to improve your French, taste Khmer and French cuisine or surf the internet with a coffee, Le Café Mith Samlanh is your choice. Situated in the lush garden of the French Cultural Center, the café serves breakfasts from 7.00am onwards and offers an extensive à la carte menu with Khmer and French dishes starting from 8,000R.

In the afternoon, you can wind down after work with our Happy Hour from 5 – 7pm or join one of the regular events organized by the French Cultural Center.

All proceeds will go towards the development of Mith Samlanh’s (see Friends-International) programs.

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Tepui

Tepui is a restaurant and bar/lounge located inside the Chinese House on the north end of Riverside not far from Phnom Penh Harbor. They offer a cuisine influenced by the Mediterranean & South America, with Asian accents. They also serve Asian influenced cocktails and wine, beer, and whisky.

The Chinese House is a beautiful old building built in 1903, an original combination of Chinese architecture and French colonial style.

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Mao’s Club

Mao’s Club is one of the latest additions to Phnom Penh’s nightlife, situated just next to the Night Market on Riverside. They have a massive sound and light system and djs playing every night.

The Club has seating overlooking the dance floor and is fully air-conditioned. So if you are ready to party all night this is the place to visit!

They have Ladies Night every Thursday!

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Touk Restaurant & Bar

Touk  Restaurant & Bar is a riverside bar serving a full array of Western and Asian dishes such as burgers and imported steaks, pizza, pastas, salads, seafood and several local dishes as well. They have a full bar offering draft beer, cocktails and spirits. They have patio seating for watching of the riverfront scene, as well as a pool table.
Happy hour is from 4:30PM – 7:30PM.

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FCC

Foreign Correspondent Club, FCC or ‘the F’ as some expats call it is a classic restaurant and bar at riverside on the corner of Street 178. It opened in 1993 and back then it was known to be a peaceful waterhole for journalist and diplomats working in a otherwise rough Phnom Penh.

It is an casual open-air restaurant set in the second and third floor of a beautiful colonial building with a nice view over the Tunle Sap river.  The serve Asian, Mediterranean and Western-influenced food like wooden-fried pizza.