I noticed that coffee shops have been immensely upgrading their interior. Which is totally GOOD. Since cafes are the go-to’s of freelancers, students, and employees who wanted to work and have a sip of their coffee choice. This garden-inspired theme café named Coffee Project have caught the eye of coffee lovers and even those who don’t drink coffee.
We’re along the way to C5 and there are two branches near our location which is Katipunan and Libis. And we end up stopping to Katipunan hehe. Parking is hard in this area. Fortunately, we saw one parking where Kenny Rogers and Seattle’s Best are located and the guard allowed us to park. And since we’re not dining either of the two, we have to pay P50 every hour. Better than to park illegally hehe.
It was Saturday and the cafe is packed with I believe are students from nearby schools – either from Ateneo or Miriam College. Each table is filled with one or group of people with their laptops and paper works. Fortunately, this Coffee Project branch has an extended room just on the other side.
True to its name, Coffee Project interior is so instagrammable. Once you enter the coffee shop and every corner is worth taking a photo. Replicas of flowers and trees and even dangling books!
Even their trash can have a hugot line hahaha.
I’ve been very excited about taking photos of the place, now let’s proceed with the food. I know this is a coffee place but my hyperacidity won’t allow me to so I’ll skip the review of the coffee. But that doesn’t stop me from trying their other beverages and meal of course. Here’s a shot of their menu for your reference (a bit blurry tho haha).
We ordered the Vanilla Macademia for P160 and Strawberry Melon Medley for P165. First, the vanilla macademia is not too strong and I just like that it’s not too sweet on my palate. The strawberry melon medley is a bit sweet tho, well it’s strawberry haha.
We ordered two of their hearty meals: Spinach Omelette and Tuna Melt sandwich. I love spinach so I wouldn’t skip this one. They made it like pesto dressing on top of the omelette. And since it has toasted bread with a salad on the side, I feel healthy from what I ate hehe. I like the light dressing of the salad and it’s not sour too. This cost P180.
The chips on the side of the tuna melt sandwich add texture on the meal. And it’s not oily too. The tuna sandwich as well is good, I really liked it. I’m very satisfied with the taste, plating and featuring healthy meals is a two thumbs up for me! This sandwich cost P175.
If you’re looking for a cafe where you can relax, work on your own pace, enjoying your cup of coffee with a healthy meal on the side while enjoying the ambiance, make sure to drop by on any of Coffee Project branches. I’m sure you’ll enjoy and have a good stay.