Latte Coffee Cafe

2/F Kalibo International Airport, Quezon Ave., Kalibo, Aklan

Latte Coffee Cafe
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Most Recent Reviews

Noelle O.
3.0 Stars

A good place to wait while waiting for the flight back to Manila. Let the crowds wait downstairs!

I ordered the Hawaiian Spam, yes it was good! I loved the balance of the meat's saltiness and the cole slaw. Had a coffee latte and it was good also, the muscovado sugar really added a different flavor to the brew. Too bad I wasn't able to get the prices since no receipt was issued (hmm).

Minus points: the cashier asked only for small bills (what? No change?) and the location is quite hot because of the open windows overlooking the tarmac.

I really enjoyed my chill time up here while those noisy Asians downstairs mobbed the entire seating area. (That's a different rant post hehe)

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Dhon Jason d.
4.0 Stars

Found this place on foursquare, touted as the best resto-cafe in Kalibo, with a reputation for slow service that I have to verify.

It is located on the way to Kalibo International Airport. A neat and convenient place to dine or grab a decent cup of coffee before taking your flight.

I ordered Chicken Carbonara, Hawaiian Spam Sandwich, Tres Leches cake, and a mug of coffee.

The carbonara is a bit bland and I can hardly see the chicken. But it's fairly good and filling for the price 90 pesos.

Hawaiian Spam sandwich is a new treat for me. I live it. Triple decker, generous spam with pineapple tidbits and coleslaw, plus fried potato spiral on the side. The fry needs a dip thou. For 130 pesos, this sandwich is a man's sandwich. Good for lunch or a heavy snack.

They have a good selection of cakes and pastries. I chose the Tres Leches which turned out to be a red velvet cake with a light milky butter icing. Not too sweet or overwhelming. 80 pesos for a slice.

Coffee is good, 45 for a cup, 55 pesos for a mug.

Lots of people dine here, locals and foreign travelers. A good ambience and free wifi.

They serve lunch and dinner. Mostly Filipino cuisine. From Bangus Sisig to Spring rolls and dumplings. They also have a function room across the lanai slash smoking area.

The service? I have to say is half-true. A bit slow. But still acceptable.

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