Enjoy a sweet break while helping young Cambodian women
By visiting the Coffee Shop of the Bayon School, you are practicing responsible tourism and participate in the funding of professional training in pastry and bakery dedicated to young women from very disadvantaged backgrounds.
From 8am to 5:30pm
Siem Reap, Cambodge
For all tastes
Freshly baked pastries, exotic flavors, tasty quiches and paninis, daily bread, quality coffees and fresh smoothies…
There is something for everyone! Discover our menus with a $5 breakfast (coffee/tea, pastries and fruit salad) or a gargantuan brunch for only $8. Make a gesture of solidarity and come see us!
THE BAKERY & PASTRY SCHOOL
A good cake for a good cause
Created in 2014, the Bayon Bakery and Pastry School offers a complete and entirely free vocational training for about 20 young women in very precarious situations each year. They are taken care of for 12 months and follow a theoretical and practical training with 4 months of internship in the hotels of Siem Reap. Choose solidarity tourism and support our action by coming to discover our delicious pastries but also our savory menu (brunch, quiches, paninis…)!
The coffee shop
With the objective of contributing to the funding of the training, a Coffee Shop opened its doors in 2015. It is a real educational support for the students who learn how to make pastries and all kinds of breads and learn about the service profession. Located in a peaceful garden in the heart of Siem Reap, the Coffee Shop is an opportunity to take a sweet break before or after visiting the temples, with a generous breakfast or brunch to get your strength back.
students trained and employed
self-financing of the training thanks to the revenues generated by the Coffee Shop
partner hotels and restaurants supplied with our products
Bayon Pastry School
SIEM REAP 17259 Cambodge
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