Madam Sachiko Angkor Cookies, Siem Reap

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Save some packing space for sweet souvenirs from Madam Sachiko Angkor Cookies, home of handmade Cambodian treats. Browse through a big selection of exclusive gifts, made using fresh local ingredients. Once you stock up on goodies for everyone back home, taste test the coffee and cookies at the nearby cafe, where you can sit, sip, and snack. Using our online itinerary creator, Siem Reap attractions like Madam Sachiko Angkor Cookies can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • August 13, 2017
    Stopped in the middle of the tour. Japan language spoken in Japanese shops, but on the whole price is high. I think if you think a project for women begin with this shop (working hard) Cambodia's commitment to quality, all by hand, but this seems reasonable. Credit cards are useful. Gelato Cafe is delicious! You can choose from 5 types of vanilla, passion fruit, mango, chocolate, coconut, 1 scoot one dollar.
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  • August 8, 2017
    Staff explained in Japan, a good product. Price is high, but pieces are packaged, good quality, too. This is a gift for the Japanese. I didn't see any Encore in a supermarket-packaged cookies. Also taste delicious.
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  • July 29, 2017
    Using local tour-in was built. For the Japanese-owned shop was also all visitors at Japanese. Anko - rrepresentative shaped fringed flat cookie-is good, personally I recommend is the pineapple. Quality and other tea products as well as with Japanese tastes in food, packaging, and confidence to send as souvenirs that can be. But Cambodia price considering the price, and set in Japan price, to produce this level of products locally and so much cost, or to see the intent of the founders to the Cambodian people are added money how much is unknown.
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  • June 14, 2017
    Great cookies but the real gold here is their banana chips with Kampot pepper... believe me, you'll forget your name after a bite! Absolutely addicting and you'll end up buying enough for your village.
  • February 22, 2017
    It's such a lovely place for souvenirs. I love Angkor Wat cookies.
  • May 15, 2017
    good selection of cookies to buy as souvenir
  • July 21, 2016
    Japanese run bakery. Cookies taste great but it is also very pricy compare to other good cookie you can buy from five star hotel.
  • June 12, 2017
    Go to the cafe to watch such as Angkor Wat, tired and stopped. Encore cookies and little hidden Café has the name Café dog that is so confused. Introduced in the guide is a simple cookie. Purchased a thought or cheap if you have assistance in Cambodia is higher. Visitors are mostly Japanese. Mango shaved ice we received. 3.5 at $ on the small size but too tasty, much regret was in large size and delicious, I was impressed!
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