cafe abuelita

>> Monday, October 11, 2010

Cafe Abuelita is a Spanish-inspired café which offers a rustic yet homey ambience. It boasts of its one of a kind list of Spanish coffee, including its very own Cafe Cortado (Espresso with a little bit of cream), Cafe Negro (black coffee), Café Carajillo (spiked coffee) and Cappuccino. It also offers its very own recipe for Bocadillos (sandwiches), Batangas Adobo, Crepes, Hot Chocolate and home-made Gelatto.(-Cafe Abuelita FB page)

it was last June 10, just right after a tiring day of boxing with all the accreditation-related paper works  when i first learned about this spanish inspired cafe. Sir Bernard was just so right on time for a coffee invitation treat. yes, sir, we needed some caffeine. We badly needed to sip some eye-candy caffeine! So the three girls (me, jousen and aiza) hopped into his gorgeous BMW and we drove in to this mini-spanish bistro, CAFE ABUELITA!

sir had dalandan juice:
while we tried their cold concoctions: jousen and aiza had Batido de Galletas con Crema (P130.00), i had Strawberry Espresso (P125.00).
we also had a taste of their Churros (loveit!)
and their sandwiches served with potato chips. we had Chicken Asparagus (for P90.00) and Batangas Adobo (P 70.00). Sorry, i failed to get a photo of the latter.
well, i love the couch. it gives me a feeling of relaxation. and after that first cafe abuelita episode i just knew i'll be back again and again. so come one  mid-day of October 10, me and aiza  craved for some iced-cold coffee  and decided to check what's new with the cafe.

this time,i had Iced con Leche (P 85.00)
and Batido de Galletas con Crema for Aiza
 i really like eating sardines and pandesal together so we tried their Sardinas Bocadillo (P65.00). it's a little bit spicy but just right for the tastebud!
as you can see on the pricelistc: MUY BARATO!!! you can enjoy a cup of eye-candy coffee without worrying about your budget. and yes, they made some interior renovations this time, the couch where i had fantasized to be seated again and again is now placed outside the cafe, there's more tables this time and of course how can i forget to give high commendation for their shipshape air-conditioned restroom. =)


Madel Wednesday, October 20, 2010 3:36:00 PM  

What I remember about my first visit at Café Abuelita is my broken hearted friend. Café Abuelita witnessed the pain of a true lover, while my other friends are enjoying their coffee..hehehe..kidding aside..I enjoyed my coffee and their chicken asparagus. Thanks to Grace for sharing her pasta with me…gladi you may also try their pasta the next time you visit them.

janelle,  Wednesday, October 20, 2010 4:14:00 PM  

i love coffee! i suggest bez should take me to this place. treat mo ako! :D

iamfreefall Wednesday, October 20, 2010 4:34:00 PM  

@ATE MADEL: sure, i'm going to try their pasta, masarap ba? i hope the coffee helped ease the pain. =) hehe.

@janelle: sige ba, i'll bring you there one of these days. i guess, we do have lots of stories to catch up with. btw, thanks for the lunch!

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