The title’s said it. This is not a resto review, or an Urban Spoon entry. I almost did not share this on the Artiste, but because of this place’s “unspeakable wonder”, I thought I’d put something up about it anyway.
Came here on a pretty extraordinary Friday, not to mention it was the first (and maybe the only?) Friday the 13th of the year. I had a very fun and reflective time with a very good friend and Ate, Ate Aileen. We thought we’d call it a “pre-valentines Fri-date”!
You might notice that I did not (or was not able to) take enough photos of the place, simply because I was literally awestruck I was almost gawking the entire time. It’s like everywhere I looked, there’s something flabbergasting to appreciate. Also, I don’t think I can write enough about it so I decided to simply share with you a few photos I took when I was there.
I am so not over this place. I’m definitely coming back.
Just by looking at this signage, I already knew that I was going to enter something special and out of the ordinary.
I’d assume people don’t ride cars here. They just opt for something cooler like vintage-looking bikes. (Photo grabbed from Ate Ai)
Isn’t this fancy?
Here’s the thing. I failed to try their coffee because we came at around lunch time and it was blazing hot outside!
The whole mist thing got me in awe.
Now that is a garden. A real one. (Photo grabbed from Ate Ai)
What a chic outdoor patisserie!
Sweet stuff served/displayed on treasure chests and suitcases. You’ll definitely like it here.
Just appreciating the floor.
That’s their ATM booth. Took me to London for 2 seconds.
Yes that’s their toilet area. I like the whole organic feel, and that hanging bucket drama.
That’s how you become cool. Use euphemism sometimes.
Not a fan of flowers but this got me to think twice.
This I guess captures the very vibrant, calming and aesthetic vibe of the place. (Photo grabbed from Ate Ai)
This is just a mandatory piece that complements the whole artistic design scheme
Still bewildered by this, but anyway.
This part is like a coffee laboratory, but then they decided to turn it into a dining area anyway with all the equipment displayed on the side.
It’s a pretty dark spot to have lunch at. Felt like I was in a winery but with coffee machines and sacks of fresh coffee beans. I don’t know if that makes sense.
Here’s a bestseller: the Ground Burger. You’ll love the special sauce in the burger, which is perhaps their selling point. Didn’t disappoint.
OK, seriously who does this? This is just amazing! I want one like this in my home garden.
Super cool walls
Because selfies are that integral.
And your solo shot.