Eager to find a new cafe that I have not gone to, I searched for cafes on Google Maps. Surprisingly, Caferista was not on the popular left side list. I was excited to see what’s inside, and girl was I not disappointed both with the cafe’s atmosphere and their food.
For Rizalenos, you may ride any Crossing Ilalim jeepneys. Go down at Kapitolyo, cross the pedestrian lane toward Ministop, and look for the line of green tricycles that could take you to 11 Brixton Street. That’s Php 28, by the way.
Or you may use Google Maps and walk if you want to save money. That’s just straight ahead from Ace Water Spa. It is beside Stoked and just in front of Locavore.
If you love minimalist places, then this is one of the cafes you must go to. They have a huge spacious place, almost like your dream office, with smooth unpainted walls, wooden tables, and for the lack of a better term, “professional” seats. Enjoy the aroma of your coffee while you sit peacefully, fully taking in the calm garden vibe.
I’ll take more pictures the next time I go here (yes, I’ll definitely go here again. I am already craving their wagyu cubes.) Their server was really nice too!
And oh, they have a bidet! Though it’s for the left-handed (sorry, I had to mention that because it was the first time I saw one).
This is where things get exciting. While I was surprised to see that they only serve a “general” coffee menu (Americano, latte, mocha, and so on) and only a few meals in the list, I was not disappointed with my order. I ordered their farm bowl (10/10, I’ll definitely reorder) for Php 350. Talk about getting my money’s worth! While their orange juice was a bit expensive (Php 80), I was more than happy to see that they use metal straws.
For more of their menu, click here.
9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
11 Brixton Street, Kapitolyo, Pasig