Will's has two locations in Phnom Penh where it serves up both traditional breakfasts and its signature breakfasts. Go to http://www.willsbrunch.com for a menu. I love when they do this, then I don't have to photograph the menu. My son-in-law Derrick came back with me for a second trip. He's a bigger carnivore than me.
English Signature Dish:
Derrick ordered this feast, the English Signature Dish. This traditional Brit platter can be found at several restaurants in town. The feast comes with scrambled eggs, bacon, bread, and pork-n-beans. Also, at 9:00 is a grilled yellow tomato. To the right of that is not a cinnamon roll, but a roll of pork sausage. In the center is a casserole of potatoes and mushrooms. Yes, he did clean the plate.
European Signature Dish:
Vegetarian Mexican Signature Dish:
That's my friend Glenn ... no meat breakfasts. The problem is that he works out after he eats and not before. I generally swim before breakfast and can really chow down after a swim. But this stiff looks good regardless. The sauce contains tomato, peppers, corn, and onion concise on top of a warm tortilla. A couple of fried eggs are dropped on top to make it breakfast. For having no meat, this stuff really looks great.
The Tunisian Signature Dish:
This egg dish comes with potatoes stewed in a tomato concise which is topped with chorizo sausage and a fried egg. The chorizo is more of a Spanish style than Mexican. This dish comes with a side of really good crusty bread.
Have to have my latte. The cream and coffee combo is great. I grew up with coffee au lait in New Orleans. I love my cream in thick coffee. For you diehard coffee connoisseurs, latte, as I understand it, generally comes in a porcelain cup to retain the heat, and its cousin Cappuccino in a tall glass. I'm okay with the way it was served. The latte held its heat until I finished.
Here is Glenn's favorite. If you look at the color, you can see the difference between cappuccino and its dousing the latte. The cappuccino is darker, has less cream, and I believe uses espresso. I like them both.
This is one of Will's fruit ice crushers, the Mango Tango. This drink is a combo of mango and passion fruit, and is really-really refreshing. Other ice-crusher fruit flavors include pineapple-mint, pineapple-banana, lime-mint, and watermelon-orange-lime. Don't you just love this place!
Welcome to Will's:
You can go around the world with Will's signature dishes many of which I won't get to try: Norwegian, Mexican, European, New York, Italian, Canadian, Swiss, Tunisian, Turkish, and English. English is the big breakfast.