Cafe Avenue

Millennium Commercial Center, E. Aguinaldo Highway, Palico 3, Imus, Cavite

Cafe Avenue
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Isha S.
3.0 Stars

This is a relatively new cafe in the Imus area. I had the opportunity to visit before I went back home to Manila one evening.

It's quite small inside but the place looks really nice. Wooden shelves stacked with various knick knacks, etc. A huge chandelier in the middle of the ceiling, even a fake grass-covered wall. They also have a few board games for those who would want to spend time playing some classics such as Chess or Checkers. However, they also have wi-fi if that's more your style. Oh, and they're open 24 hours! Good for getting some late night work done or something. The place also isn't very shy about its Christian values. Bible quotes are hung up on the wall or displayed on the shelf and praise and worship songs play on the speakers.

It's kind of a self-service coffee shop wherein you place your orders at the cashier and then claim them when they call you. At present, they offer appetizers, rice meals, pastas, sandwiches and burgers. As for their drinks, they have frappes and fruit juices. From what I saw at the other tables, meals had small servings and didn't look that appealing. I just ordered their Oreo frappe and a slice of their yema cake. Prices are affordable at less than a hundred pesos for the drinks, and a little over that for most of the food. The frappe seemed a bit watered down, although I did enjoy the yema cake slice. Sweet and generous yema icing and it wasn't dry.

In summary, the place is nice and looks instagram-worthy but they may need to work on their food presentation and quality.

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