Praise given to cafes that give back in Siem Reap.


Praise given to cafes that give back in Siem Reap.
Praise given to cafes that give back in Siem Reap.
The Little Red Fox Espresso team are thrilled to see our name stand alongside other fantastic cafes in town that help support the community through socially responsible work ethics! Thank you so much Cyril Canvas, our team is honoured by your kind and wonderful words!

The outside of the café, gives you a very down-to-earth experience. The place is always filled with people giving it a very lively ambience.

Apart from the many lovely restaurants in Siem Reap, there are also many very hipster cafes in town which has its own style and theme. However, you will notice one thing in common that most of these places offer; giving back to the community through donation and working closely with the non-profit organizations for the welfare of the local community. Many posters and pamphlets are available in their premises to raise awareness of the visitors.

The Little Red Fox (Hap Guan Street)

Inside is air-conditioned, with small wooden stools and tables that can be easily moved around to suit the group size.

This is my favourite café among all the others in Siem Reap due to its variety of coffee drinks available which I really love. They serve the best latte in my opinion, and if you feel the need to excite your latte flavours, there’s also the Coconut & Cinnamon Mocha which I love really much!

Unique and interesting interior deco using stools stuck to the wall.

If that is still not exciting enough, they have the Espresso Martini which will blow your mind! It does not end here, other than the casual espresso brewed coffees, they do offer cold pressed coffees as well! Oh by the way, there is a popular hair salon located above the café which is run by the same owners.

There are also some Little Red Fox merchandise that is available for purchase.

Coconut & Cinnamon Mocha. This is my favourite!

Espresso Martini. Coffee with Martini, what a terrific combination. I could definitely feel the kick from the combination of the two fusion!

Affogatto. If you can’t decide if you would rather have coffee or ice cream, go for this!

Carrot Cake Grandmothers style.

Omelette with Sundried Tomatoes and Goat Cheese served with Fresh Brown Rice Salad.

Thanis (the guy who cannot decide if he prefers Batman or Superman) posing with the two owners of The Little Red Fox, Adam (left) & David (right) both from Australia.
Many thanks to Cyril’s Canvas fantastic blog, you can read about his full time in Siem Reap by clicking the link below!

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