I don't know if it's just me, but haven't you noticed that cute Korean cafes are a thing in the Philippines now?
From Noriter, to Cafe De Seoul, and now, Cafe Travel-- a cozy place for students to chill and hangout along Taft, Manila.
I was with my besites (aka former roomies) when we discovered this. We had a quick mani-pedi date that afternoon and decided to spend the night together over coffee.
Say hello to Ji and Micah, guys!
Loving their cute interiors!
People are allowed to post whatever they want on the walls inside each room
What's unique about this cafe is that customers are free to get cozy and to "feel at home". They can sit on the floor, and even lie down with pillows.
Coffee isn't really my thing, so I had a yummy vanilla frappe instead.
(A+ for their presentation! lol)
Mandatory food shots for Instagram purposes lol
I love how they utilized space and provided a second floor! Aaagh! It just made everything more dainty and cute <3
Cafe Travel provides coffee and cake, tho I honestly think they're quite pricey for college students like me (menu ranges from 180-200+, as far as I can remember). Tho it's not bad to visit there every once in a while! It's a fun place to have your meetings or detox sessions after a tiring day of taking exams :)
Cafe Travel is located at Archer's Nook Center, 2624 Taft Avenue, Malate, Manila.
The Teenage Queen