If you’re a freelancer, someone with a work-from-home schedule, or simply a person looking for a place to settle in with a good book, you probably know how hard it can be to look for a good spot in Pasig. There is a quiet nook in the Kapitolyo area, however, that you may haven’t checked out yet.

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Caferista is tucked along Brixton Street, just across the popular restaurant Locavore, and a five-minute walk from Pioneer Center Supermarket. It’s a cozy café with enough space for you to work, and the best part is it has free WiFi.

But of course, you wouldn’t hang out in such a cozy place just for the WiFi. Caferista also offers awesome brews and meals which you should definitely try:

Latte

P150

FN Tip: This cup is kind to those with tummies that easily get acidic.

Iced Latte

P160

Hot Mocha

P180

Military Matcha

P180

Bacon Slab Rice Bowl

P250

FN Tip: It’s the perfect brunch bowl!

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Wagyu Cubes Rice Bowl

P350

FN Tip: This bowl is more than enough to get you busog—and of course, breaking poached egg over rice is always a treat.

Caferista also offers other things for sale on their shelf, including tumblers, books, and even Bluetooth speakers. Just as the barista in charge for what’s available, or check out their website.

One final tip: if you’re thinking of working in this café with a group, ask for the free-for-all function room. There’s no required minimum spend, but it’s on a first come, first served basis, so inquire about it as soon as you need it.

Enjoy the coziness!

Caferista is located at the ground floor of 11 Brixton Street in Kapitolyo. For more details, visit their website.

 

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