drbubb Posted April 14, 2017 Report Share Posted April 14, 2017 Coffee Shops of Makati : Reviews and Discussion New thread: The Coffee shops of Makati - I can imagine a better world, where customer comments might cause coffee shops, restaurants, and businesses to "up their game." Who knows, it might even happen some day. And comments like these on forums might be a great way to... help... Keep Makati Prime . I will (eventually) get round to reviewing many coffee shops, but maybe not until my next trip.But you have to start somewhere, so I will start here - where I am sitting today The Coffee Project - within Mosiac on Aguirre St. (I typed this on Viber and addressed it to one of my social networks, so I thought I would capture it here too):I found a very nice new coffee shop which opened recently. Good coffee an great music... mellow jazz. And very near Greenbelt, on Aguirre st.It is part of the Mosiac building, you can enter from the street, or from the lobby of the Mosiac. It has a very creative name (haha): It is called the Coffee Project It is nicely decorated, if a little girly for my taste. Still I would enjoy hanging out in this place, and the music is not so load, or annoying, that it would inhibit conversation. They also have a nice selection of food, which seems to be reasonably priced. And a cup of American coffee is P 90. which is less than some of the other coffee shops in the Greenbelt area. If you are visiting GreeThere's a sign in the door that says, "Free Wifi inside", but the Wifi sucks. The speed is even slower than my pocket wifi. I cannot even get into my yahoo email account. Frankly, that is challenging in many locations in the PH.I told them: "I like the place, but your Wifi is too slow. I will come back in a month, and see if it is faster.'/ 2 /IM: Coffee Project is part of the Villar group. Of Vista landDB: Interesting t hear that. I wonder why they cannot get the wifi right. Maybe it's intentional, perhaps they want to keep people from hanging around here all day.I also wonder why Vista is renting space at Trevi to Starbucks. very nice Starbucks at Trevi, which is close to where I live. I would have thought they might put one of their own shops in their own building. Maybe Starbucks pays a better rent. Or perhaps they want SB's to pioneer the location, and they will take it back in a few years. I went by there earlier today but there is no wifi there (yet - I keep waiting), and it is closed today (Because it is Good Friday.) ===== > 3rd-wave Coffee shops: ( Brown Paper Project Cafe, Commune, EDSA Beverage Design Studio, Habitual Coffee ) https://waytogo.cebupacificair.com/third-wave-coffee-metro-manila/ Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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