Restaurant The Little Red Fox Espresso Hap Guan St Krong Siem Reap Campuchia Published on: 13-11-2015
Image copyrights belong to authors
Why The Little Red Fox Espresso is special ?
Nestled in the centre of Siem Reap, in the up and coming area of Kandal Village, Little Red Fox Espresso is all about the coffee. The concept is simple; a well made espresso embodies the pure essence of coffee. Offering a variety of brewing techniques from the more traditional extraction through to hot and cold extractions, our menu will suit all tastes. A small selection of sweets and toast are also available if you’re feeling in the mood.
How to get to The Little Red Fox Espresso?
It's located in Kandal Village, Siem Reap, at 593 Hup Guan Street, which runs parallel to Tep Vong Street. It’s easy to find. Most motorbike taxis and tuk tuks know the ANZ bank. Go down the street to the left hand side of that and take the small road, first on the right. This is Hup Guan Street.
It's about 50m along on the right hand side.
- Awesome coffee and great service
- A taste of home
- Easily the best coffee in town
- Delicious and on a great street for shopping!
- Great Coffee and Friendly Staff
- Main cuisine International
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Budget
- Alcohol NO
- Air condition YES
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card NO
- Serve breakfast NO
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian NO
The Little Red Fox Espresso Hap Guan St Krong Siem Reap Campuchia
Tips for you
Service:10/10 Coffee: 10/10 Food: 8/10 Went there for breakfast after reading a lot of buzz about their coffee, not only from trip advisor but also from my hotel owner. Ordering the salmon bagel and a skinny latte after a friendly greeting and recommendation by the owner, there was no wonder that they're one of Siem Reap's top cafes. The bagel was a bit on the hard side for my liking (the flavor and texture were good though) but the deconstructed presentation atop a Little Fox insignia stamped plate screamed all kinds of adorable. The coffee really was heaven. Smooth and strong, well brewed with just enough bitter to not need a sugar counterpart. Whilst I was there, at least 3 other Aussies dropped by for a coffee-truly reminding me of my time in Melbourne. The ambiance is great with a modern rustic feel and well chosen music just loud enough to be audible. Don't miss this little gem when you visit. I was so impressed that I went back later in the day for another latte!