Who doesn’t love chilling in a cozy place and feel like you’re in your own room? Café Travel is the place!
When I first heard the name, Café Travel, I thought the theme of the coffee shop will be traveling in just a place. I imagined scattered baggage, maps, airplanes, and different landmarks of each country will be there. Most of the things that i expected we’re not there, but uh ah, don’t be sad, the cafe is still cute.
Café travel is a korean coffee shop filled with decks and cubicles. The idea is so smart right?
You can do anything you want, you can even lie there and just relax, because each cubicle provides a cute curtain to give you privacy.
For sanitary purposes (To keep the cafe clean), they require customers to remove their shoes when entering the deck and the cubicle.
You can also charge phones, tablets or laptops there because some cubicles have sockets.
Their cute light.
And by the way, they don’t use chairs, just like the Japanese and the Koreans. But they use throw pillows, so no worries.
Want to leave a mark or be remembered? They give sticky notes for you to write on your name or whatsoever you want, then stick it on the walls, or on the ceilings. So cute right?
I have been there, hmmm, i think 4 times already. Loyal customer eh? Hahaha.
This is my first time. I ordered Travel Caramel.
The second time. Our original plan was to have a group study there, but because of the cute ambiance, instead of studying for our long test in computer the next day, we had fun taking pictures.
So me and my friends ordered Travel Caramel, Travel Vanilla Oreo and Strawberry Smoothie.
My third time. This time, we needed to finish a group project. We need to film a music video. When we were browsing the menus, we found out that shooting inside the cafe is prohibited. So we ended up chilling there, then proceeded to our shooting in one of my classmates’ house. I didn’t get to capture all of our drinks because some are kj.
Oreo Cookies cake, Mango Cake, Travel Vanilla Oreo, Travel Mocha.
Travel Mocha and Affogato.
And my fourth time. We got there to chill and have a heart to heart talk.
We ordered Travel Caramel, Travel Vanilla, and Red Velvet Cake.
The good thing about this cafe is that, waiters are everywhere. You don’t need to get up, just to put and or claim your order(s). They’ll be the one to approach you.
Even though some of my expectations aren’t there, I still love every single detail in this.
Second Floor, Archer’s Nook Center, 2624 Taft Avenue, Malate, Manila.
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