The moment I stepped in this cafe, I saw a glimpse of my future wedding reception, which is likely to happen 10 years from now if ever you’re thinking when. Paul and I (again not getting married soon, wag ng makulit) are currently obsessed with cafes. We now prefer pasta over rice, artsy beverage over simple ones and a pretty chill place over a noisy one.
HOW TO GET HERE:
Coffee Project is located on the first floor of Wil Tower, Eugenio Lopez Drive, South Triangle, QC.
by driving: We entered South Triangle by EDSA-Quezon Ave Panay Avenue. Turn left to Sct. Esguerra then turn right to Eugenio Lopez Street. There’s a free parking beside the Wil Tower, an open parking not the basement one.
by commute: I’m not really good in commuting around this area. But I know you can ride a tricycle beside McDonald’s EDSA-Quezon Ave.
The place is a combination of floral and typography. The place is charming from all the flower decoration light fixture in the ceiling. I fell in love with it that I want one in my room even though it’s not suitable to be a room decor. But it is very much suitable to be a wedding decor so yeah, I’ll be keeping this is mind. The typography posters around made the place a less screaming progesterone and more of a balance of feminine and professional.
The place is big enough that it even have a mezzanine area. Even their comfort room is instagrammable (if this is even an adjective). The night is perfect if I just had Fufi (my Fujifilm X-A2) to capture the beauty of our newly discovered cafe.
Since it’s named Coffee Project, they have a one whole page of menu for coffees that ranges from P155 – P185. Don’t worry, it’s not all coffee though for they offer all day breakfasts and pasta too. It’s actually because of my seafood pasta cravings that brought us here in the first place, so I had dibs on sardine pasta (P210). The pasta needs a little improvement for it’s price.
The breads and drinks are pricey but good. Paul ordered the tuna pandesal and smores cookie (Diet si kuya, guys!) and it’s very tasty. I wouldn’t mind have it every breakfast. We ordered this cookie and coffee frappe (P175) which is a mixture of coffee and milk. It’s not sweet as sweet as a cookie and not as strong as a coffee. I enjoyed it.
Here’s some snaps from my smartphone. Sorry for a not so good quality photos.
Open everyday, 7am to 11pm
Tomas Morato, Quezon City