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Why Farm to Table is special ?
Farm to Table is an urban garden cafe and bar focused on Eating with the Seasons and supporting Organic farming in Cambodia.
The food is Organic and chemical-free whenever possible, featuring our partner Discovery Farms who also process and sell their daily harvest of certified Organic produce at their shop here on site.
The Farm to Table menu features cafe fare in an urban garden setting made from seasonal, locally grown ingredients.
The kids area has a real tractor! and a mud kitchen for interactive play, and will also soon feature educational classes and school tours about where our food comes from and how it grows.
The outdoor bar is open late featuring fresh creative cocktails and locally brewed craft beer, with bookings available for private functions and parties.
Must try dish:
Local Pork Chop and Sweet Potato Fries, dusted with sea salt and fresh Kampot pepper, served with salad greens
Roasted Pulled Pork Bowl, served on Ibis brown rice topped with chives with homemade sour cream
French Toast, served with fruit and honey.
How to get to Farm to Table?
It takes 39 mins driving from Phnom Penh International Airport.
- A modest yet superb cafe with excellent execution
- Food, Music, Wine and Good Company
- Good wholesome food, and live music on Friday evenings
- Excellent - a city oasis
- Nice cozy tropical place
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Medium
- Alcohol YES
- Air condition NO
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card NO
- Serve breakfast YES
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian NO
No. 16, St. 360, 12302 Phnom Penh
Tips for you
Farm to Table is run by the team behind ARTillery Cafe, an already successful health and organic-focussed cafe in the heart of Phnom Penh. Farm to Table is a step-up from ARTillery, and it really is one of Phnom Penh's most unique places to eat. The setup of F2T is excellent. Farm-inspired, I suppose, all open-air, bench-table sitting, with stools made from used sacks of grain. The tables are surrounded by a well-kept garden, which I'm sure grows so of the food you'll eat. A giant jackfruit tree is the centrepiece of this courtyard area, keeping a tractor for the kids to play on in the shade. A few chickens even roam around, cleaning up any small bits of food they find. Truly unique. The food is, as expected, delicious. The menu is smaller compared to ARTillery, but by no means any less tasty. A great selection of salads and sandwiches, and some more Khmer inspired dishes including local sausages. The menu obviously has a focus on fresh, organic and local foods, so you'll find plenty of vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options here. Prices are a little higher compared to the Phnom Penh average, and you might wait a little longer for your food, but you certainly get what you pay for here - high quality, fresh food. The staff were friendly and attentive. The initiative behind F2T is remarkable. The team behind this and ARTillery and definitely pioneering this style of eating in Phnom Penh, and really promoting a positive message about sourcing ingredients from local farms and keeping foods simple, yet creative and delicious. An excellent place to grab breakfast or lunch, or spend some time in the afternoon sun here. The layout, the greenery and the food and drink will keep you coming back.
Very nice and cozy place, food is good, prices are very reasonable