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What I Love About Bintana Coffee House

I have this almost weekly session with my photography buddies that makes us find a perfect spot to discuss some interesting things about life and camera. Lately, we found the best place to do it. Aside from its amazing ambiance, the food is really affordable. Welcome to Bintana Coffee House.

You can easily locate it from St. Mark Hotel. A few meters from the hotel is the Elizabeth Pond St. and walking through it you will notice the signage saying "Bintana Coffee House". With our experience, we walked from Fooda Supermarket to the coffee house. It took us around 7-12 minutes of walk with chitchats on sideways. Good thing, the sun is down and the cool breeze of night accompanied us.

Getting inside the house was really awesome. We were lucky to have only very few guests around which gives us more time to take some pictures. The paintings on the wall were totally artistic and stunning. If you love art, then you'll surely can't stop yourself on staring those artworks. Another thing is that the lighting within the area is well distributed to light up the whole space in the most soothing way for everyone's eyes.

Surely you are wondering for the food, I can say they taste good. With just an affordable price, you may have a home-cooked recipe. Prices for their meals would range from P100- P180, depending on their inclusion. Drinks can also be included in your meal but you may also opt to take another drink excluded from their meal package. It was dinner time so I tried their "buwad" or dried fish and it was perfect, plus the four season drink.

Did I mention about their friendly staff? Yes, they do have a very accommodating and friendly crew. They can certainly help you with your needs while taking your time at their coffee house. By the way, they will be turning 3 next month so be sure to visit them between 10am to 9 pm. Enjoy!

Check them out at:
Bintana Coffee House Facebook
Bintana Coffee Instagram

Thank you Rose Ann Espina and Zai Lacuña for the photos. 

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