Phnom Penh, Cambodia (December 14, 2012) — Costa Coffee, the world’s second-largest brand coffee-house, will open its first shop in Phnom Penh’s Chamkar Mon district on Saturday 15 December 2012.
Founded in London in 1971, Costa Coffee is now the U.K.’s largest coffee chain and has 2,407 stores in 30 countries worldwide.
“We want to bring an unbeatable coffee experience to coffee lovers in Cambodia,” said Rami Sharaf, CEO of RMA Cambodia.
True to its Italian style, Costa Coffee owns the entire coffee production process from bean to cup. Last year, while it marked its
40th anniversary, the coffee chain also was named “Best Branded Coffee Chain in Europe”.
Located in the city’s finest area St. 51 corner of St. 294, everyone at Costa Coffee wants to deliver not just a coffee to our discerning customers, but also to give an environment that takes them away from “the ordinary and routine”. Free Wi-Fi, comfortable seating, private area, great view to the streets, sipping the ultimate handcrafted Cappuccino with Blueberry Muffin, what’s a wonderful relax!
“Millions of customers already know we’ve been perfecting for more than 40 years: Italian roots, European style, unsurpassable coffee and supreme service,” said Rami Sharaf.
Costa Coffee was founded by the Italian brothers Sergio and Bruno Costa as a wholesale operation supplying roasted coffee to caterers and specialist Italian coffee shops. Since 1995, it has been part of the Whitbread family of brands.
Established in Phnom Penh in 1992, RMA represents international brands in Cambodia such as Ford Automotive brands, Kohler Power Generators, Power Plants, Heavy Machinery brands JCB, John Deere, Dressta, TCM and Food & Beverage retail outlets The Pizza Company, Swensen’s, BBQ Chicken and Dairy Queen. In addition to this first store, RMA is planning to open three more soon.
For more info about Costa Coffee, please visit
Facebook Page: Costa Coffee Cambodia
or call: (077) 38 28 28
Costa Coffee opens first Phnom Penh’s store Posted on December 29, 2012