The Station Winebar
Delicate wines and high energy cabaret
What we say:
Located on Street 7, which runs parallel to Pub Street, The Station is the place to be for a quality glass of wine, possibly with a side of drag?
Tony, the amiable Australian owner, knows his wines and offers an excellent variety at reasonable prices in the Station's softly lit and softly furnished air-con confines. Wines by the glass include reliable Australian Shiraz, Merlot and Chardonnay, a grassy French Colombard Ogni and even Prosecco, all between $3 and $6. Bottles start at $15 for a classic Beaujolais and top out at $89 for a refined Taittinger. Customers are offered cool towels, olives and/or cheese complimentary, and a few tapas plates are also available. If you're not into the wine, go for a beer or cocktail instead.
The Station offers free entertainment every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 21:30 in the form of a renowned cabaret. It's a fun-filled melange of impressively dragged up Khmer men lip-synching disco hits, a very talented and high energy young male dance troupe, and a bit of Khmer slapstick thrown in for good measure. The Station proudly flies its rainbow flag of gay-friendliness and attracts a lively mix of travellers, expats and locals.
Contact detailsStreet 7
T: (097) 850 4043
Open: Open from 17:00 daily
In depth reviewRead a more in depth review of The Station Winebar on the Travelfish blog.
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