Bo's Coffee

Il Terrazzo, Tomas Morato Ave. cor. Sct. Madriñan St., Tomas Morato, Quezon City, Metro Manila

Bo's Coffee
4.0 Stars

3 Reviewers

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Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

Price Range

₱86 - ₱175

Most Recent Reviews

Arlene Stephanie L.
4.0 Stars

I just love this coffee place :) a quiet place where you can read and hang out or chill with friends or family.
Try their Spanish sardine pasta n blt sandwich which I would definitely recommend. The sandwich can be for sharing if you're not that hungry or have a small appetite.

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Georgia B.
4.0 Stars

I've always had a soft spot for Bo's as: 1.) they're proudly local and; 2.) they support Filipino coffee farmers. Admittedly, I've been to Bo's just a couple of times but I've consistently had a satisfactory experience with them. However, it was their store in Il Terrazzo which convinced me that Bo's is definitely one of the most underrated coffee shops around.

The first time I visited this particular branch, I was blown away by how huge their space is. It's perfect for all kinds of visitors: they have lounge chairs for friends who just want to catch up and chill or office workers doing their meetings; they have long tables for college kids having their group studies; and they also have small tables for solo fliers (like me). They're also very generous with charging outlets; just make sure you get the long table or the booths by the wall.

Their coffee is nothing exceptional or mindblowing (but then again, I just bought a cappuccino, I'll try the other ones next time, hehe) but I'd still daresay that Bo's is more value for money compared to its bigger competitors. Like in my case, my order came in the largest serving size and the damage was just around 130 pesos. Not bad.

Rating: 9749974997499749 / 5

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Mara-Angela N.
4.0 Stars

New to this side of town, Bo's coffee is a sight to see. Enter into its rustic interiors and minimalistic style and find yourself a spot to stay. Quite new, it doesn't have that familiar smell of burning beans coffee shops are known to have. They serve cakes, breads, sandwiches, pasta, and the occasional ice cream. Study tables are found throughout, as well as power sockets for the power junkie. Coffee and tea souvenirs are available beside the counter. A little ways off from busy Morato, but a nice place to chill, work, study, and hang out with friends. #henrysinstaxgiveaway

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