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Friends 'n' Stuff, Phnom Penh

(4.3/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
Shop at Friends 'n' Stuff and support a generous organization that helps local children. See what the store has to offer, from handmade jewelry, to clothes, toys, and souvenirs. All profits go to the children of the town, giving them an education and a chance for a better life. Don't miss the restaurant that works on the same principle, staffed by former homeless people. To visit Friends 'n' Stuff and get the most from your holiday in Phnom Penh, create itinerary details personal to you using our Phnom Penh trip builder.
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  • This is a small store that is run by young adults. From what I gathered this is a way for them to get out of poverty by working with this organization. I purchased two shirts for my wife and daughter ...  more »
  • Shop by chance passing by. To children the sales system. Not clean and display the clerk my leisurely shopping. It's very nice design. There was a nail salon in the hotel, but not flights. Also didn't seem very popular.
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  • went there to buy some souveniers and this time to get a pedicure. i can only recommend it. i git the pedicure and a relaxing foot massage for usd 7,50 two weeks ago and it still looks fabulous though...  more »
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  • This restaurant focuses on imaginative flavor combinations based on traditional Khmer cooking. Overall, the results are good, but there are a few misses as well. The service was really good, and the servers are very honest. When we were eating here, we accidentally put in $20 too much and the server let us know and returned the excess. That kind of honesty deserves to be rewarded.
  • It was a well known NGO, sadly, now it became a social enterprise. Interesting menu, food was very tasty. However the price is for a small plate meal was a bit expensive for me. Meals around 6 to 8$, drinks 3 to 4$. A bowl of Rice 1$, no bread... A glass of water is free. I guess it is a fair price for a meal (like a plate of tapas) in Seoul, Tokyo, Paris not in Cambodia. The ambiance was simple but good, nice and funny paintings were on the wall. There were a bit too many tables next to each others. Waiters spoke English well, though, they were so busy with the group tourists, service that we received was just okay. I might come back again.
  • Very imaginative and well prepared food. Pricey for the area but very high quality and the cause is good so can't complain about that. Went for lunch and it wasn't busy at all with lots of staff around.
  • Had high expectations given this was recommended by an expat who lived here, unfortunately was disappointed. Ordered the pork quesadillas (mistake #1), mango chicken stir fry, and prawn glass noodle salad, shared between 2 people. It was OK. Edible, but very average cuisine and a bit heavy on the salt / fish sauce. Also, dishes were really small (unless you order the large tapas). The dessert special (coconut sticky rice pudding with palm fruit and basil seeds) was a standout though, it was seriously good! The nuttiness of the rice and richness of coconut milk was delicious, and the textures of palm fruit and basil seeds made it so interesting. It's a winner. Maybe just stick to the the specials menu!
  • The food was good and the staff was friendly. Prices starts at $4.50. Part of NGO so your money spent here are being used to help street children to a better life. Charity and good food at the same time 👍