So when I saw this new coffee place, I told myself I had to try it.
Photo from Khafra Cafe's Facebook Page
Unlike the more popular coffee shops out there, Khafra is conducive to those people who wants to relax and like me, take their time drinking their coffee. You guys take time drinking your coffee too, do you? The place is not crowded. I went there around 5 in the afternoon and I still found a good spot. The whole time I stayed there, which is about 4 hours, the only people I saw were a group of three having a meeting, a guy on the far left, a mom and her daughter, and another guy (I am assuming he's a lawyer) waiting for his clients. Don't judge, when I'm alone, people watching is one of my favorite
thing to do and I assume what people do by looking at how they dress and present themselves. LOL. A couple of people also dropped by and had their coffees to go.
While browsing their menu, I was happy to see that, unlike most coffee shops which usually offer sandwiches, cakes and coffees, they have a variety of food you can choose from. They even serve breakfast all day and I think pizza is the newest addition to their menu. I was craving for pasta that day so I ordered their Pasta Puttanesca. And I think I made the right choice. It was what my taste buds were craving for, just the right amount of tangy and salty for me. Although I thought it was a bit pricey at
Php 160 ($3-4), I still say this one is a must try.
And for my
Overall, it was a good first experience for me at Khafra Cafe. I love that it is just less than 30 minutes away from home (about
You can visit their Facebook page here.
PS: This post here is entirely my own opinion. I was not, in any way, paid in writing this review.
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