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Cozy night at Cafe I’m Here

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There are nights where Paul and I just want to ditch Friday chill nights with friends and just be lazy pandas. So one rainy Friday night, Paul picked me up at work to bring me to this chill-est cafe we’ve ever been to watch the rain and just talk.

Cafe I'm Here

HOW TO GET THERE:

Cafe I’m Here is located at Third Floor, CTTM Square, Tomas Morato, Quezon City (CenterStage’s previous location along Boy Scout Circle)

by commute: ride a Proj 2-3 via Tomas Morato jeepney or ride a tricycle beside Mcdonalds EDSA-Quezon Ave.

by driving: We entered South Triangle by EDSA-Quezon Ave Panay Avenue. Turned left to Timog Avenue until we reached the rotonda.

Cafe I'm Here

Cafe I'm Here

Cafe I'm Here

The quietness of the place actually depends on the ones on the 2nd level. It was quiet first until a big group arrived and play card games. So I can’t decide if its a good place to study.

Cafe I'm Here

Spot the lazy boyfriend

THE PLACE

I was in college when Korean cafes were brought here in the Philippines. I can still remember how famous Cafe Noriter and Cafe de Seoul in Taft back then. Who wouldn’t want to try a very cute and comfortable cafe – with their crib-like interiors and post-its everywhere?

Cafe I’m Here is not much of a difference. It has a two-storey wooden cubicles for dates, small and big barkadas, a tent, and study tables for solo and groups. Inside these cubicles are a small round table, bean chairs and personal post-its from the previous customers. It is overlooking the Boy Scout Circle giving us a home-y feeling with the rain and thunders. And oh, they have outlets in each cubicle too!

The cubicles in the first level are separated by cute bead curtains. Most of the big groups are in the second level. Also, you cannot enter your footwear inside which is nice because I have this habit of lying everywhere. (haha!) Atleast I knew that it’s clean.

Cafe I'm Here

Cafe I'm Here

Cafe I'm Here

Cafe I'm Here

THE FOOD

Mostly of their food are desserts and frappes. They don’t have rice meals but they offer breads. I ordered the Green Tea Frappe and Paul had the Javachip Mocha (both P180) and we shared on the red velvet cake (P160). Their foods are as pricey as Starbucks so Paul and I agreed that they are overpriced given thatย we still prefer Starbucks in terms of foods. But their place is good and cozier so we ain’t complaining.

Cafe I'm Here

I forget to bring my Ipad for some movies so we ended up playing & talking a lot.

Cafe I'm Here

Can you guess our post it?

Cafe I'm Here

Cafe I'm Here

They provide slippers you can use and shoe racks for your shoes.

Cafe I'm Here

A lot of these around.

The best thing about Cafe I’m Here is the ambiance. Paul and I work in Quezon City and both are homes are 2 hours (3-4hrs if Manila traffic in unforgiving) away from our offices giving us no chance to just camp out in a sofa for a movie and ice cream in a lazy Friday. ย So with Cafe I’m Here’s cozy private cubicles, we can already watched all our downloaded movies without looking weird or homeless (haha!). We will sure come back.

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