There are many reasons why people always go to a coffee shop. Some of them just want to grab their favorite drink, some of them want to spend time with friends and some of them want to read a book. Any reasons we have, I recently discovered a coffee shop you must visit.
Located at the second floor of Tinapay Festival, 1654 Dapitan street corner Don quijote Street Sampaloc, together with other selected bloggers, we visited Bean Belt Coffee to try their unique coffee blends and food. The coffee shop is very accessible because it is near from UST School and Hospital. It was owned by a 20 year-old student from University of Sto. Tomas named Elclaro Chavez.
Ambiance is one of the things I considered in a coffee shop and Bean Belt Coffee didn’t disappoint me. The lighting and decor makes of Bean Belt Coffee me feel comfortable and happy.
Like other coffee shop, they have their own specialty coffee, brewed by hand coffee, non coffee, crafted sodas, frost, sandwich, food for brunch and my favorite of all, pasta. By the way, we also tasted their family recipes food.
Here are some foods and beverages that we tried:
With all honesty, I fell in love with their food. No kidding. Visit them for you to try. There are lot of choice you can choose from. And their serving size is big that you can share it with your friend. One of my favorite is The Chicken Galantina priced at 1,100 pesos and it is available only this Christmas season during weekend.
Bean Belt Coffee is a perfect place where you can enjoy the food and a great way to spend time with your friends and loved ones. For more information, you may visit their Facebook Page at www.facebook.com/beanbelt/ or follow them on Instagram @beanbeltcoffeemanila
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