TODAY, cafés not only give you a cuppa, but a whole pot of career opportunities made specifically for young and no-experience job seekers.
There’s an obvious rapid increase in the number of coffee shops sprouting around Phnom Penh.
Cafés have become the “in” thing especially among the youth.
In recent years, Phnom Penh has seen the emergence of cafes. You can go around a particular street and you will see a café or two – and we’re not even counting the small kiosks on the roadside.
It’s a common dilemma for most pet parents to find a good café that welcomes not just them but their pets as well.
RCG Group, the local partner of Thai cafe chain Inthanin Coffee, announces its plans to open 100 cafes in the kingdom.
In Wu Qiong’s small cafe, coffee beans nestle in glass jars on the bar while various brews bubble away behind the counter.
The restaurant, aptly named King’s Landing, was launched by four college friends who were surprised to see fans coming in with their families, despite the sometimes very violent and explicit nature of the series.