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Thursday, July 10, 2014

Caffe Pascucci Shop

Note: This location is already closed. 



I'm always ecstatic to try out new coffee shops, that's why when I saw that Caffe Pascucci opened a branch in my area, I cannot wait to try it. I have passed by the Glorietta branch during Mitch Albom's book signing, but I never got the chance to visit it. Now I don't have to go to Makati to try it.


Caffe Pascucci is an Italian coffeehouse chain with branches in the US and South Korea. Unlike other coffee shops that have natural hues for the interiors, Caffe Pascucci is black and red, including the tables and chairs, to give the place a very modern vibe. 




For hot drinks, I got to try the Caffelatte (Php 115) and Cappuccino (Php 120). 

Cappuccino
Caffelatte

Caffelatte is a combination of espresso and steamed milk while Cappuccino is a mix of espresso, steamed milk and steamed-milk foam. Both flavors are strong enough for my taste. 

I also had one of their cold drinks, Banana Rock (Php 160), a mix of espresso, milk, ice, sugar, whipped cream, banana syrup and chocolate syrup along with a piece of Arancione Cheesecake (Php 195).

Banana Rock and Arancione Cheesecake


I'm a sucker for cheesecakes and the Arancione Cheesecake hit me on the right spot. The tartness from the orange flavor blends well with the cheesecake flavor. It's something I would have over and over again. 

It's wonderful that a new coffee shop has opened in my area. It's a place I would go to for a coffee break or a sandwich run. 

Here's a tip btw: you can buy their pastries at 50% after 8pm everyday. That's how they value quality of their food products. 

I would love to go back for more. 


Thanks to CT Camat of Caffe Pascucci for having us. 

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Caffe Pascucci
2nd Floor, East Wing,
Robinson's Galleria,
Ortigas Avenue,
Quezon City
Operating Hours: 7:00am to 10:00pm
Twitter: @caffepascucciph 

The other location is at Glorietta 2.

15 comments:

  1. Wow that's a lot of coffee in just one visit. I love cheesecakes that gets the perfect balance between the acidity and the richness of the cheese right. :) They have lovely presentations too.

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    1. Yes, I do love the presentation of the coffee and the cake. Really creative. :)

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  2. I'm not even aware there is a Caffe Pascucci in Glorietta. I'm giving it a try, especially the cheesecake, although I am not too fond of the color of their interiors.

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    1. I do hope you'll visit the place soon, Marge! :)

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  3. Although malayo pa rin sya sa place ko huhu!

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    1. I do hope they'll open up more branches soon! :)

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  4. Oh wow this is really cute! I love the coffee art! I went to commune last time just to try coffee art, but I guess Caffe Pascucci would be next on my list!:)

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  5. Hmm... 50% off after 8 p.m. Nice! :)

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  6. Thanks for the tips on their pastries! Hopefully they open up one further down north!

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    1. I hope they'll open one in the north soon! :)

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  7. Got to love the interiors of that place. It's quite refreshing, to say the least. How was the customer service, though? Were the servers accommodating? Also, how long did your order take to arrive?

    C & M
    http://eleventhavenue.weebly.com

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  8. Got to love the interiors of that place. It's quite refreshing, to say the least. How was the customer service, though? Were the servers accommodating? Also, how long did your order take to arrive?

    C & M
    http://eleventhavenue.weebly.com

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  9. Got to love the interiors of that place. It's quite refreshing, to say the least. How was the customer service, though? Were the servers accommodating? Also, how long did your order take to arrive?

    C & M
    http://eleventhavenue.weebly.com

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