Cebu Coffee Series

New Year definitely started with a bang because on the 2nd day of the year, I found myself in the Queen City of the South, Cebu City.

Our family took a vacation here to visit our grandparents who have passed away and then spent a little time at a small island called Camotes. Before I talk about Camotes though (this will be another blog post,) let's talk about the different coffee shops I was able to sneak in on my short stay in the city of Cebu.

Coffee Prince 
Address: #0246 Capitol Site (Across Cebu Doctor’s Hospital) Cebu City, Cebu Philippines
Free WiFi: Yes
Contact Number: 0917 993 7079
Parking: Drive by Don Gil Garcia Street (Road behind Bo’s Coffee Capitol) and park at Suarez and Sons Compound Parking



This place I simply chanced upon. My family and I have just landed in Cebu and we were looking for a place to have breakfast at because it was about 845am and we were hungry from our flight.

When I saw it, I said to them that I would go there at night before our trip to Camotes. Thankfully, fate was kind and we ended up having breakfast here.


The place is quaint but spacious. I don't know why it was named Coffee Prince because it had absolutely no relation to the Kdrama series Coffee Prince. I didn't see anything that was Kdrama related so I felt a bit let down but I did like the place and I love the food. I'll do a separate review as well on the food.


Abaca Baking Company 

Address: Robinsons near Larsian, Cebu City
Telephone Number: 2620969
Parking: Yes (Crossroads parking)
Free WiFi: Yes
Mode of Payment: Cash and Credit Cards


Abaca Baking Company has several branches located all over the metro. This branch is near Larsian and was really interesting.


Do you see the ants?


What really got my interest was the Coffee Jelly. I kid you not when I say that the coffee jelly of Abaca Baking Company was way better than that of Starbucks.


TeaLicious


This place is located right across Zerenity Hotel and Suites. It's a milk tea place and they have good milk tea. It's nothing amazing but it's good enough.

I like that it looked really quaint and different from other milk tea places.


La Marea


This is located along The Walk, in Abad Street, Lahug City. It's not hard to find coz it's located in the heart of the IT Park of Cebu.


We tried the Moscovado Coffee (didn't like it that much) and the Palawan Honey Latte which I super loved.

They also sell gelato and my son had the Cotton Candy flavored one.


So, this was my very small coffee series in Cebu. I do plan to come back next time and try out other coffee shops. For now, this is all that I was able to try because our schedule was pretty swamped.


For my other coffee series, see my list below:

Singapore Coffee Series
Iloilo Coffee Series 
Kota Kinabalu Coffee Series 

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