Happy hour drink prices throughout the day. But in addition their khmer food was good and the service was nice
Super food and service, recommend this as one of the better restaurants along this road. The staff are very friendly, and there is a good atmosphere.
I have eaten in this restaurant about 8 times now, and no matter whether it's for breakfast, lunch or dinner, Bojangles will be considered. The location on Riverside is easy to access and has seating on slouch couches and tables, inside and on a balcony. Wi-fi is fast and free. If you are a desert fan, wear your elastic belt!
One of the cheaper options at the riverside. Food is good, staff is friendly. Always a safe option for Khmer and western dishes.
We only had drinks, but what makes this place stand out is the beers come with an ice frosted glass - a fresh one each time .They have large beerlaos for $2.50 which is good for PP and it is served ice cold. Bojangles staff are friendly and looked after our infant whilst we had drinks.
Our expat friends who live in Phnom Penh took us along to Bojangles on a Sunday evening after a sunset cruise on the Mekong. Their kids loved the place, and so did ours! So much so, that we used Bojangles as a bribe to go drag them around the Central Market for an hour or so. Reasonable priced food with... More
This little restaurant is set on the main road opposite the river. And what a great find. The menu is extensive and although you can have Western food we opted for local cuisine. We asked for something quite traditional and it was served beautifully in a banana leaf (although stapled together!) and was absolutely delicious. We ate a few times... More
Had breakfast here and it wasn't too bad. Nothing to rave about but the food was edible. Service was good and the staff are very friendly.
Bojangles may not be the best looking restaurant on the riverside but the food is really tasty and excellent value for money. It has a very laid back vibe and is great for spending a couple of hours people watching out over the riverside. The Happy Hours are great value and the staff friendly.
Took a break from the more upscale Metro next door to eat at Bojangles. It is a very nice, small restaurant with a wide choice of Western and Asian food. I had fried ginger fish and gaeng penang curry dishes, each around US $4-4.50. The happy hour, including gin, vodka etc. with mixers for US $1.50, is from 4-7 and... More
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