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Monday, April 14, 2014

Afters Espresso & Desserts



After our dinner at RUB Ribs & BBQ, I insisted that we go somewhere else more spacious and more peaceful for a nightcap, and we headed out to this lovely cafe aptly-named Afters. :)






This place is a coffee-and-dessert junkie's heaven. On display were delicious-looking cakes, gelato that they make in-house and a lovely display of coffee beans from different regions around the world. To not order a drip coffee at Afters seemed like committing a mortal sin.







I ordered Yigarcheffe (Php 159), while my friends got Sagada (Php 159) and Brazil Decaf (Php 159). Our coffee were prepared table-side, which makes the experience more complete we get to watch our drinks being prepared.

While my friends passed on desserts, I couldn't resist not getting gelato, so I got a scoop of Mascarpone Cheese (Php 95).


A single serving of gelato is quite generous that I was able to share it to my friends. I kinda wished I was able to try more flavors, but there's always a next time for a lovely place like this.

I was happy to discover Afters, as I am always on the lookout for artisan coffee shops as they would always have a lot to offer. I will surely go back to try the affogato, and the other gelato flavors.

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Afters Espresso & Desserts
20 Lansbergh Place
Scout Castor corner Tomas Morato Avenue,
Quezon City
Contact Number: 7918789
Operating Hours: 10:00AM to 2:00AM

20 comments:

  1. You may take me with you next time! I am curious especially the coffee making part. I want to see how it's done. Is Sagada coffee made from coffee beans found in the mountain province?

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    1. Let's go here soon, Marge! :) Yes I think Sagada coffee is from the Mountain Province. :)

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  2. Gelato!!! Sama ako pag kita kits kayo hehe :)

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  3. Coffee, cakes, and gelato... yum! I love to hang-out at places like these. :)

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  4. The coffee looks intriguing. I was able to try their gelato but I found it kind of sweet. Next time I should try a cake. :)

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    1. Hope you'll try their coffee as well. :)

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  5. Natakam ako sa Espresso! Punta tayo ulit jan!

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  6. The coffee making looks really interesting! And ahhhh the deserts are love! :)

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    1. Hope you'll visit Afters as well, Loila. :)

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  7. Afters is a perfect place for a desserts place like this. I will surely drop by here for their gelato.

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  8. Kyle here from Afters. Thanks for the review. Hope you come back for more! (Hint: We have some guest beans from Australia that's worth a shot, just ask our barista how you can try it out.

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    1. Thanks for dropping by, Kyle! I can't wait to try your Australian coffee beans! :)

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  9. Miss the coffee at sagada. Sayang that place is so far from us!

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