Sister Srey Cafe

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200 Pokambor St, Riverside, Siem Reap, Cambodia

Serves meat, vegan options available. Social enterprise cafe in the Old Market area. One could get something vegan as well raw here - specify. Has juices and smoothies. Plant milk available for coffee. Open Tue-Sun 7:00am-6:00pm.

Categories: Lacto, Ovo, International, Western, Juice bar, Asian, Non-veg

14 Reviews

First Review by Harry.Major

Good experience, would go back - Edit

Serves meat but many vegan options, like a western cafe with western prices.
The staff were friendly, all the vegan options are clearly labelled. I had "The Little One" with beans on toast, fried mushrooms, and a hashbrown. It was all good!

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Good food, nice vibe - Edit

Just had a meal here, and it was very tasty. We both had the Buddha bowl, and enjoyed it immensely. This place also serves meat and dairy, but there are enough vegan choices available.

Pros: Good value food

Cons: Chairs were a bit uncomfortable

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Good concept - Edit

I like their concept, though it is not a veg place. I just had an ice soy latte, so nothing special. But it is a nice place to stop by for a coffee or whatever floats your boat.

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Good Coffee - Edit

Hip place with tourist prices. Serves cappuccino with soy milk but this kind of soy milk doesn't go well with coffee. Though the espresso itself was really good the cappuccino wasn't. I recommend the cafe using another soy milk or you just taking espresso.

The vegan snickers bar was delicious.

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meh - Edit

The vibe was cool and I love what they do for charity. I want to like this place but honestly the food was meh and overpriced for portion and flavour. Each dish was about 4-6$

I got the falafel bowl and was pretty disappointed. Id say it was mostly filler as it was about 80% just plain brown rice. It came with 2 (small) falafel patties which were good, hummus and plain yogurt... pretty much it. There was no variety in flavors or textures, it was all just was kinda soft and mushy.

My partner got the chili stir fry. Again, not bad but really nothing special. Tasted like generic sweet chili sauce and standard vegetables. Small portion and no tofu or beans or anything of the sort. We were hoping that a place offering specifically vegan dishes would atlease know the struggle of veg life in asia and provide SOME variety. Honestly, could have gotten something similar on the streets for 1$.

Pros: cool atmosphere

Cons: expensive, boring food

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hip, delicious and good veg options - Edit

Such good vibes, cool atmosphere and friendly happy staff. Raw passion fruit cake is a must try. Also got a homemade granola bar to go to take to Angkor Wat for breakfast. Will definitely come back before I leave :)

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Bodia Bowl and Raw Vegan Cake bliss - Edit

Lovely little cafe with a big heart, excellent vegan options (owners are both vegan) and nice atmosphere. Coffee is great (they have soy milk) and you can get everything from Khmer favourites (like a traditional noodle soup) to a super healthy and delicious 'Bodia Bowl' packed full of goodness. They have a couple of raw vegan cakes (macadamia nut brownie and passion fruit cashew cheese cake) which must be tried!

Pros: Delicious healthy food, raw vegan options available

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yummy vegan burger - Edit

the vegan burger was yummy and filling, if you're stuck finding vegan food check this place out. Vegan dishes are marked clearly and taste amazing. love it!

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Excellent - Edit

Thoroughly enjoyed breakfast here a couple of times. Only 2 options available for vegans but you can order from the lunch menu if you can eat chilli in the morning. I thoroughly enjoyed the matcha smoothie bowl. The chocolate avocado "cake" is delicious; not too sweet - best shared though as it's quite rich and filling.

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Great Breakfast Options - Edit

If you miss your greens between the temple visit, this cafe is the place you should go for being enegized again. There are a lot of fresh juices, smoothies and vegan breakfast options available.

Pros: Organic food, Greens and local fruits, Free Wifi

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Las Tartas Veganas no están mal - Edit

la atención es buena, el local es abierto con lo cual el único aire acondicionado es el de los ventiladores. En cuanto a las opciones veganas son demasiado limitados.
El precio es demasiado caro.

Pros: Alguna opción vegana

Cons: Caro, Pocas opciones veganas, Los zumos son demasiado aguados

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Delicious food in a lovely spot - Edit

Great little cafe. Quite a few vegan options plus some raw ones! as well as deserts. Lovely decor and friendly staff. Would recommend.

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Love love love! - Edit

I loved this charming spot in the centre of Sien Reap. The menu doesn't have a lot of vegan options but the ones that they do have are fantastic. I especially loved the simple but flavourful Khemer soup and the passionfruit cheesecake. The juices are great too and if you're into smoothie bowls their matcha version sounds interesting.

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good vibe, good food. - Edit

An Australian run lovely cafe, in the true Australian spirit of cafes. The coffee is very good for Asia but a bit poor by Australian standards.

the staff are fantastic, the place looks great, and they are doing good things for their workers and promote sustainable and child safe tourism. this is the kind of place I want to spend my money.

huge drinks menu with milkshakes, smoothies, green smoothies, coffee, tea, floats etc. $3 for a milkshake or smoothie. $2 for coffee.

The breakfast and lunch menu are close to 40% vegetarian with some vegan options. Dishes can be modified to dietary requirements as needed. so in reality there is a big choice. Most dishes are around $4.50

We ate the falafel with hummus, brown rice, salad and yoghurt ($4). it was good but not amazing, a little boring.

Pros: lots of options, great environment, great staff

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