My foodie friends and I were in Morato area and decided to have coffee and desserts and we ended up checking out this newly-opened Korean-inspired cafe named Cafe I Am Here or Cafe I'm Here.
Located at the third floor of the building, Cafe I'm Here is ideal for groups looking for a place to read, study or just hang. However, there are study desks available for people who wants to go solo.
The rule of thumb is to take off your shoes and put it in the shoe racks before sitting at any of the cubicles.
There are bean bags and pillows at each cubicle to make sure everyone is comfortable. Plugs for laptops and phones are available too. We were seated at the mezzanine area, where we had a lovely view of the city.
What makes this cafe more interesting are the post-it notes posted at each cubicle. Most are quotes about love and some are funny anecdotes, or "hugots". :P
My friend had Cafe White Mocha (Php 150 for hot) while I ordered Vanilla Cookie Espresso Frappe (Php 180). We also shared a slice of Oreo Cheesecake (Php 180). Orders are taken at the counter and it will be served at your cubicle by the staff.
|Cafe White Mocha|
|Vanilla Cookie Espresso Frappe|
We both liked our drinks (and I found their frappe serving size very generous). The cheesecake was more than what I expected too.
Aside from coffee and cakes, Cafe I'm Here also serves Korean style bread and smoothies.
Cafe I'm Here is definitely one of the places that I will keep on visiting. I do hope the next time I visit, they will have more items on their menu and their wifi is already available. :)
Cafe I Am Here
Tomas Morato corner Timog Avenue,