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Sunday, November 3, 2013

The Blue Pumpkin, Siem Reap



We had our first Siem Reap breakfast at one of the most popular restaurants in Cambodia. A branch is a few steps away from our hotel, and it would be easier for us to go back as we were about to be fetched by our tour guide. 




The Blue Pumpkin is modern yet simple. There are tables, but there are couches where you can eat as if you're eating breakfast in bed. 



For breakfast, I had Croque Monsieur (3 USD or Php 135) while my friend had a Quiche Lorraine (3 USD or Php 135).

Croque Monsieur
Quiche Lorraine

Our orders were reheated before being served. I thought my Croque Monsieur wouldn't be enough for me, but it was surprisingly filling and good enough for its price. However, my friend thought her Quiche Lorraine was a little salty for her taste. 

For drinks, I got a Latte (2.25 USD or Php 101.25) while my friend had a Mango Yogurt Smoothie

Latte
Mango Yogurt Smoothie

We even bought some breads for takeaway. :)



Since we didn't try the ice cream the first time we visited, we went back the next day to try them. 

Chocolate Mint & Cinnamon and Speculoos Ice Cream

We tried Chocolate Mint and Cinnamon & Speculoos flavors (1.25 USD or Php 56 per scoop). Amazing and delicious! 

The Blue Pumpkin also has savory dishes like pasta and burgers. Their menu varies depending on the branch. And oh, breads are sold at 50% off after 9pm. :)

Note: 1 USD = Php 45

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The Blue Pumpkin
213 Sivatha Street, 
Siem Reap, 
Cambodia
Opening hours: 7am to 11pm

9 comments:

  1. oh another place to eat in at siem reap thanks for sharing the quiche looks yum

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    1. Are you going? Hope you'll visit Blue Pumpkin. Enjoy! :)

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  2. I like the couches that gives the breakfast-in-bed feel. If I ever get there, you know where I'd sit hehe... The mango yogurt smoothie looks real creamy, I'd love to give that one a try.

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    1. My friend liked the yogurt smoothie a lot. :)

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  3. I'm very intrigued by those couches with lap desks! I've somehow envisioned Siem Reap to be a rustic place but it's good to know they have modern coffee shops like this one :D

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    1. I was quite surprised myself that there's a modern restaurant in Siem Reap. :)

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  4. Considering its known as the blue pumpkin, I was expecting it to be really blue (interiors, that is.) Hehehe! Food looks really nice though. =)

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  5. Looks tempting! Hehe! I wanna travel tuloy! Ahhh! Itchy feet hehe!

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