The Justice Cafe

D5-6 Street 53BT (off 271 St), Sangkat Boeung Tunpum, Phnom Penh, Cambodia | map | directions

audience rating: The Justice Cafe, 4.5 out of 5 based on 2 ratings click to vote:
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The Justice Café is a home for change-makers and the first of its kind in Cambodia. It’s a meeting spot for social meetings, activities, trainings, coffee talks and screening on social justice related-topics.

With a library of 700+ books and a recording studio, the place provides a place for to those eager to learn and exchange ideas. Coffee shop during the day, Justice also operates as a bar in the evening, and sometimes serves dinner and brunch on the weekend.

weekday: 09:00 - 19:00

venue: cafe (咖啡馆) | features: bar, music, cafe, free wifi (酒吧, 音乐, 咖啡馆) | customers: LGBT mixed

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  1. Books and Coffee

    “A nice, calm and safe coffee shop 5 min down the busy area of the Russian Market.

    The space has a library of 700+ books to read there or borrow, a studio recording space, and good coffee. Follow the FB page to keep up with events.“

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