One night after dinner, We’ve decided to check out this Coffee shop near us. It’s one tricycle ride away from our house. I got notice this shop every time I passed by on my way home. I am captivated at its brightly-lit facade, mix of industrial design with minimalist rustic interiors.
Look at those wall art. What a brilliant idea the’ve turn the electricity meters into espresso machine. Depicted also the process of making coffee from farming up to final product, a cup of brewed coffee.
What we first love is the refreshing aroma of coffee that welcomes you the moment you enter this coffee house! Giving us impression that their doing a serious work here, Baby!
Loving those black metal geometric hanging lamps and their cork style working table.
The inside look: Hanging frames of art and infos about coffee,vintage cameras, and coffee wall art surrounding the place.
Mandatory shot as always! I love Menusss!
Final Verdict: Their beverages has a rich taste with a full-bodied flavor. It sees that their using a quality ingredients on serving their drinks. With its delectable taste of course we had are takeaways (death by choco,hazelnut mocha,caramel capuccino frappe). I notice though that their plastic cups for takeouts has more amount than their in-house serving glass. I suggest that they should change their glasses into more satisfying size.
Will definitely come back here again and again, would love to try their sandwiches, cakes, affogato and teas selection!
So We came back again for the second time, primarily because of their Matcha frappe.I can’t help it, its super addictive haha;). Recent changes? They serving now there frappes into plastic take out cups which has good amount of servings. We ordered also their mouthwatering cheese sandwich and its heavenly good you should check that out. I’m expecting it would be on a salty side because of cheese but surprisingly nah-ah-ah I’ m wrong, theres a hint of sweet taste on that. So superb!
Plus its holiday time of the year again so you could see their christmas decor being set up.