Metro offeres most of the coffee selections found in Phnom Penh. Their coffee menu is etched in this wall sign above their coffee equipment as shown below. Note, I'm not a coffee expert. Most of the info I pulled from the restaurant staff that spoke English and from the internet. So expect some errors.
This is a must have if you are a chocolate nut like me. This cup of heaven came from the Metro Cafe.
I've been wanting one of these. The long black is, as I understand it, a cup of water with a double shot of espresso. Yes, I had to add sweetener, but this stuff would have been great with unrefined sugar if it were available. No, I can't drink it black. I have hair on my chest, just not that much. This long black comes from Metro as well.
This latte comes from Will's Brunch Cafe. This is a glass of coffee loaded with cream. Lot's of cream in thick coffee was what I grew up with in New Orleans -- Cafe au Lait.
This is a cup of regular coffee from Sisters All Day Breakfast. The coffee has a slight cocoa aftertaste. Come to find out, this is a Vietnam brew with a bean that has that flavor.
The Black Hole of Coffee:
This cup comes from the resort Rajabori Villas on the Isle du Roy across the Mekong from Kratie, Cambodia. I have already dumped a small pitcher of milk in this coffee and it's still black. This is the same coffee as what I found at Sisters, but the brew was much stronger. Some coffee is meant to be brewed strong. Community Coffee out of New Orleans is that way. Such coffee does not taste bitter when it is brewed.
The Breakfast Bro is Looking for his Next Cup of Coffee: