“It’s a disaster,” says Giorgio Arcasi from behind the bar in his riverfront restaurant, Pop Cafe.
“I can’t buy ice cream any more, because after one day it melts. It’s so bad for business. In April or May, if you don’t have a generator you’ll have to close.”
Guy De Launey from BBC foretells Cambodia’s most important news: the coming of Phnom Penh’s riverfront icecream meltdown. By April, icecream will be flowing in the streets. Giorgio from Italian restaurant, Pop Cafe, even gets a concerned looking photo of him in front of his equally endangered vermouth supply.