6 Reasons Why You Should Have Your Next Date at Coffee Project


If you still don’t have a place in mind to bring your special someone to for your next romantic date, stay calm–we gotchu! Coffee Project is the perfect spot for the occasion and here a seven reasons why:

1. Every spot is good spot for a #couplepic

If you’re looking for pretty backdrops for your pa-sweet pictures with your loved one, every nook and cranny of Coffee Project is Insta-worthy. Yup, even their bathroom is #feedgoals!

Coffee Project, Manila

Photo from Sandra Y.’s looloo review for Coffee Project

Coffee Project is adorned with flowers and greenery, making you feel you’ve been transported to an enchanted garden. To add a homey touch to the nature-inspired setting, you’ll find books, home decor, and light fixtures in different parts of the coffee shop. The best part is that no two branches look exactly the same!

2. You can share pasta a la Lady and the Tramp

If you want a tender moment with your mi amor, you can be romantic by sharing plates of pasta at Coffee Project! Their menu goes beyond caffeine to include filling meals like their bestselling Sardine Pasta, flavored with a mix of pesto and arrabiata sauces and topped off with Spanish sardines.

Sardine Pasta from Coffee Project

Sardine Pasta from Coffee Project

If you and your date prefer the kanin-and-ulam combo over pasta, you can huddle over rice meals like their Garlic Beef Tapa, Boneless Bangus, and Garlic Longganisa instead!

3. You can say it with desserts if you’re not sweet IRL

Do you find it mega cheesy to say how you feel out loud? If you can’t verbalize it, the next best thing to do is to treat your soulmate to something sweet on Valentine’s Day! Coffee Project has a bunch of desserts that can help you express how much he or she really means to you.

Red Velvet Cake and Cupcakes from Coffee Project

Coffee Project’s Red Velvet Cake and Red Velvet Cupcakes

For something soft, moist, and rich, you can go either for the Red Velvet Cupcake (₱70 per piece) or the Red Velvet Cake (₱185 per slice), both of which are special items on the menu for February! Other sweet finds here are the Salted Caramel Cheesecake and the Pistachio Sansrival.

Pistacio Sansrival and Salted Caramel Cheesecake from Coffee Project

Coffee Project’s Pistacio Sansrival and Salted Caramel Cheesecake

4. You can show your SO how matcha you love them

If your significant other is into matcha, show them how matcha you’re into them by treating them to Coffee Project’s Matcha Frappe. This bitter-sweet concoction is topped off with whipped cream and showered with matcha powder!

Matcha Frappe from Coffee Project

Coffee Project’s Matcha Frappe

But if coffee is their drink of choice, let them know how ‘brew-tiful’ you think they are by giving them a cup of Coffee Project’s signature blend, made with 70% Arabica beans imported from Brazil and 30% Robusta beans from Sumatra. Another popular drink here is the Vietnamese Latte, made from Nguyen beans from Vietnam.

5. There’s probably a branch right around the corner

Road trips can be fun but for your next date, maybe you want to spend more time talking to your honey bunch and less time focusing on the road.

Coffee Project, Quezon City Branch

You don’t have to endure long hours in transit to go on a date at Coffee Project because they have branches in Alabang, Imus, QC, Sta. Rosa, Bataan, Pampanga, Las Piñas, Antipolo, Molino, Lakefront, Shaw Boulevard, and Taguig. From these twelve locations, simply pick the one nearest you!

6. It’s open for lovebirds early in the morning until late at night

Whether you’re planning to take him or her out on a casual brunch date or a romantic evening out, Coffee Project is open for you. You can drop by anytime from 7AM to 11PM!

For more information, you can check our Coffee Project’s Facebook and Instagram pages.

Coffee Project can be found at these locations.

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