tacos al pastor, is a dish developed in Central Mexico, likely as a result of the adoption of the shawarma spit-grilled meat brought by the Lebanese.
"Arguably the best coffee in Cambodia, Cafe Espresso serves up a wide range of expertly prepared European and Australian-style espresso drinks, pour-overs, siphons, and even one of our favorites, the humble Aeropress. The cafe, which opened in 2011, sources regional coffee beans and roasts them in-house daily, for a strong, flavorsome coffee perfect for milk-infused espresso drinks. If that weren’t enough, Cafe Espresso serves breakfast and lunch, and the food is fantastic."
"Cafe Espresso “don’t make regular coffee”. Instead, they’ve brought a little bit of Melbourne coffee culture with them, and their ethos runs from roasting and grinding coffee beans on site to baking yummy pumpkin bread served with their own yoghurt. Customers take their time over eggs Benedict or sipping the alcoholic ginger beer in the understatedly hip surroundings."
"A blink-and-you'll-miss-it cafe; we advise you don't blink. The Aussie owners are real foodies and offer a global menu that traipses from vegetarian quesadillas to Brazilian-style pork sandwiches with some especially tempting breakfast options. But it is caffeine-cravers who will be really buzzing, thanks to their regionally grown coffee blends, roasted daily in house."