I've been trying out recently opened cafes here in Batangas City and my main purpose is to write verdicts on their food for my blog. (T'was 8 months ago when I had the chance to eat out. Geeh! That was so long ago.)
Anyways, here's Beans and Cream Coffee Shop and Restaurant (as stated in my title, like obviously) which opened few months ago. It is situated at Caedo Commercial Center (previous location on Index Salon), beside Jollibee.
Since I love breakfast so much, I could even have pancake, and fried egg with fried everything almost every day, three times a day, my fingers never had any confusions on pointing out those smexy Belgian waffles off their menu. They served my orders after 8 minutes or more.
|Belgian Waffle (Php60) and Matcha Frappe or Green Tea (Php90)|
Myx is on breakfast mode! A sudden jot wes felt when I saw the word MATCHA on their non-espresso list, shouting on my head that I really need to have a shot of that beverage.
|Wanna have a bite?|
No, I am never on a diet, it was just I wanted to try their waffle, and yes, it was just what I wanted to have for afternoon snack, sweet and tasty serving of Belgian waffles.
|Spaghetti and Waffles|
My company had a plate of spaghetti (Php60) and Chocolate Frost (I think, can't remember though).
|Studying while waiting for my meal!|
We also tried their Clubhouse sandwich and large serving of potato fries.
|Large fries (Php50) and Clubhouse sandwich (Php100)|
Taste good though there's nothing fancy about. Their meals were budget-and-student-friendly and they have a good customer service. Thumbs up to that.
|They also cater rice meals (left) and burgers too (right).|
The foods were great, but their drinks didn't passed my taste bud standards. Though their frappe were good, they missed the milky and semi-bitter taste of green tea (though I couldn't actually explain how it tastes like), and that's what I've been looking for. I was a bit disappointed but will surely come back for their meals. :)