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March 2, 2017

The Coffee Project in Antipolo: That Instagrammable Coffee Shop

The Coffee Project Antipolo


As if it was not enough that I was kidnapped by Rodel Flordeliz (follow the link to read the story), our friend Edward (who lives in Antipolo) "abducted" us and took us farther. I was hesitant to go but since we were already in Antipolo, we agreed to visit The Coffee Project, in Vista Mall. 




I was glad we braved the shuttle and tricycle ride to get to Vista Mall and experienced the Coffee Project. I was mesmerized when I got inside. 


The Coffee Project Antipolo

Think: flowers, brick walls, London-inspired interior, lamps and coffee. I was so giddy. The Coffee Project is so romantic. For a second I wish someone would propose. But of course, that didn't happen. There were a few people in the cafe and I envy each of them for having this beautiful cafe accessible from their home. I later found out that the Coffee Project is owned by Manny Villar (a Filipino billionaire businessman who is now starting a coffee shop business). 


The Coffee Project Antipolo
The Coffee Project Antipolo
The Coffee Project Antipolo
The Coffee Project Antipolo
The Coffee Project Antipolo
The Coffee Project Antipolo

I snapped some photos using my phone but I mostly just enjoy the place. Observing the people who are visiting - mostly families, friends and students. 

The Coffee Project Antipolo
Thank you Eddiecakes for bringing us here!

The Coffee Project in Antipolo menu offers coffee (hot and cold), ice blended drinks, sandwiches, salad, pasta, all-day breakfast, and cakes & pastries. As we were already full, we just ordered coffee. I had Iced Caramel Latte (Php 135 regular, Php 150 large) Coffee taste is okay. My Caramel Latte tasted more like an Iced Latte. I was too mesmerized by the place to even bother. I probably ordered the wrong drink. Planning to order and check out the other offerings next time. 

The Coffee Project Antipolo


How to Get to Coffee Project Antipolo from Manila?

From Cubao, take the Antipolo-Cubao jeep via Marcos Highway and get off S&R (about an hour ride without traffic). Php 34.00
From S&R, take a tricycle to Vista Mall (around 5-minute ride).  We paid Php 30 for 3 pax :

The Coffee Project Antipolo
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** All photos taken using Lenovo Vibe Shot. Waiting for photos from @RodelFlordeliz :D 

The Coffee Project branches: Metropolis mall in Alabang, Starmall, ParaƱaque, Will Tower in Quezon City, All-Home in Imus, Cavite, Vista Mall Antipolo, Vista Mall Sta. Rosa, Vista Mall Pampanga, and Vista Mall Bataan, Starmall Prima Molino in Daanghari, Cavite



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