Floral and Typography in Coffee Project QC

Coffee Project, QUEZON city

The moment I stepped into Coffee Project QC, 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) is currently obsessed with cafes. We now prefer pasta over rice, artsy beverage over simple ones and a pretty chill place over a noisy one.

Coffee Project, QUEZON city

HOW TO GO TO COFFEE PROJECT QC

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.

Coffee Project, QUEZON city

COFFEE PROJECT QC INTERIOR

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 in mind. The typography posters around made the place 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.

Coffee Project, QUEZON city

Coffee Project, QUEZON city

FOOD

Since it’s named Coffee Project, they have one whole page of coffee menu that ranges from P155 – P185. Don’t worry, it’s not all coffee though. 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 its price.

The bread 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 having it every breakfast. We ordered this cookie and coffee frappe (P175) which is a mixture of coffee and milk. It’s not sweet as a cookie and not as strong as a coffee. I enjoyed it.

Here are some snaps from my smartphone. Sorry for the not so good quality photos.

Coffee Project, QUEZON city

Love at first sight with these decors. Who wouldn’t even??

Coffee Project, QUEZON city

So artsyyyy

Coffee Project, QUEZON city

But here’s the whole picture. HAHA! Told you their bathroom is Instagram worthy

Coffee Project, QUEZON city

Just one side of the cafe

Coffee Project, QUEZON city

#NotReady but I don’t care the freedom wall did a good job as a background.

Coffee Project, QUEZON city

 

Coffee Project, QUEZON city

Forget the world. Ignore the things I have to do & just enjoy a cup or two.

 

Coffee Project
Open everyday, 7am to 11pm
Tomas Morato, Quezon City

 

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