Our restaurant is fully committed to sustainability and waste reduction. Supporting local suppliers is vital for us. Sustainability comes through collaboration and we are very grateful to be able to work with so many amazing people.


Morowood have made all our dining room furniture from reclaimed wood. Our chairs and tables are made in Siem Reap from wood collected mostly from old wooden warehouses that have been repurposed into our stylish furniture.

Dorsu is a fashion brand based in Kampot that designs ethical and sustainable clothes made from remnant fabric collected from local factories. They have made our black T-Shirts that are used as staff uniforms.

Scrap Siem Reap is a small company that uses crocheting techniques to upcycle cut-offs of high quality microfiber that comes from a factory producing cloths and pouches for some of the world’s most exclusive eyewear brands and they have crocheted our seat-pads and coasters.

Kumae is an amazing project of Takuya Yamase who came to Cambodia in 2013 and have since helped people from local dumpsites with better jobs and learning opportunities. They supply us with various banana paper products such as menus, business cards, and light shades. Banana paper is one of the most eco-friendly papers as it’s made only from the trunk of banana trees that are no longer producing fruit.

Very Berry have supplied us with glasses made from upcycled wine bottles that are cut by local people and they also have a small shop in Siem Reap where they sell various locally made and upcycled stuff.


The Weavers Project creates high quality, uniquely designed accessories from 100% organic cotton, handcrafted by local artisans in Takeo province. They have made our guest napkins which are dyed using natural ingredients.

Sonas is one of the partners of The Weavers Project and they are supplying us with locally and naturally made dishwashing liquid, laundry detergent, and organic coconut oil.

Tin Phala sells locally produced coconut and palm wood products at the Made in Cambodia Market and was happy to supply us with bowls and cutleries made from palm wood.

Naga Earth collects our used cooking oil and transforms it into biodiesel. Excess glycerol produced during the process is transformed into biodegradable hand-soap which is also used in our restaurant. They also offer free recycling workshops to our staff and run number of other great recycling projects.

Happy & Co. is an organic farm in Siem Reap that only grows chemical-free vegetables. They supply a number of local kitchens, including ours, with plastic-free deliveries. They also support their employees in self-development.

I Dig Herbs is a small company in Siem Reap that picks local herbs and produces great organic herbal infusions that are part of our menu. All the herbs are picked in the Angkor Archaeological Park and deliveries are plastic-free.


Our other suppliers include:

Ibis Rice supply us with organic Cambodian rice

Bang Bang Bakery bakes the most amazing sourdough for us

Angkor Handicraft Association have made us some beautiful ceramics

La Plantation supply us with organic Cambodian pepper from Kampot, rated as one of the best in world

Celliers d’Asie supply us with quality vegan and organic wine

Rumble Fish delivers high quality organic whole arabica beans from single farm in Laos

Sombai supply us with their locally-made flavoured rice wine

Tomoka Cocktail Company supply us with locally-made bitters and syrups for our drinks

Siem Reap Brewpub and Flowers Beer from Kampot provide us with tasty craft beer

Tangy Turtle provide us with Kombucha from Phnom Penh

Camborea collects our food waste and use it as a compost on their permaculture farm

Siam Eco Pack supply us with compostable takeaway boxes

Cleanbodia provide our customers with compostable bags for takeaway