The Alley at Diosdado Macapagal, Pasay City

It seems that The Alley is ready to conquer Manila. Less than a month after opening inside SM Mall of Asia, The Alley has opened another branch and this time it's located at Coral Way corner Diosdado Macapagal, Pasay City.

This branch though is more of a cafe rather than just a milk tea place. It has really pretty interiors and you can stay for hours (just make sure to order more than 1 milk tea if you plan to) because the seats are really comfortable.



You can also have your photo taken with the iconic logo.



Now, let's talk about the milk tea. M and I tried the Brown Sugar Deerioca Milk Tea and the Brown Sugar Deerioca Fresh Milk. We liked both and the sugar sweetness was right for us. M had the Fresh Milk version though because that one didn't have any sugar on it.

I have to make a special mention about the pearls though. WINNER! The pearls were tasty and chewy. If I could order one with two extra set of pearls, I would!


M and I will definitely go back here soon.

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20 comments:

  1. The milk tea industry is definitely booming here in the country. So many milk tea shops opening here and there that I can't even keep track of their names. :)

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  2. I attend a wedding in Manila this August and I have been looking at what to do. Thanks for this. I was clueless

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  3. I never heard of such interesting place but now I wish they had one in my are so I could try it. It sounds delicious.

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  4. hmm.. I'm not familiar with the place but I SO LOOOVEE MILKTEA.. i'll ask my friend to visit the place this week.. thanks for sharing

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  5. Haha! That milk tea caught my attention.. Is everybody selling that nowadays?!

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  6. What a great place to chill out! I would love to know what else there is to discover nearby! It looks like the perfect hang out for the weekend!

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  7. wow, this place is looking beautiful and interesting, i have not taking milk tea before, i will give it a try this time around. thanks for this.

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  8. the place looks lovely to come from time to time. pretty and cozy, perfect local discovery!

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  9. Geraline BatarraMay 28, 2019 at 10:32 PM

    Can't help but notice the cap. It shape looks so cute.. 😅 And seats looks good. I bet it is so relaxing in here.

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  10. Looks cool! I havent been back to the Philippines for 15years I'm so curious to see how it's changed!

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  11. We tried some of their drinks and it was awesome! Would love to go back again and try another batch of their drinks!

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  12. I haven't got a chance to visit that part of the world yet. The place looks amazing and would love to visit there!

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  13. I have never heard of milk tea, but it sounds so interesting and looks really good. I will have to seek out a place where I live that serves it.

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  14. Wow, this cafe looks incredible. There’s so much to do and see there! Looks like a brilliant place to take the whole family

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  15. I enjoyed your beautiful pictures. I have never been to the Philippines, and this place is certainly on my list

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  16. I'm a sucker for deer artwork lol. Love the interior.

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  17. The pictures really look beautiful, may I ask the camera configuration?

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  18. I love milk tea, had it first time in Montreal,I too would love a double helping of the delicious chewy bubbles. My hubby can’t understand why I
    Love them:)

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  19. The milk tea sounds quite tasty. Must look up some recipes.

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