Coffee Project at Vista Mall Pampanga

Since rainy season in the country can’t make traveling possible, Fhabs and I go back to resto/café hopping. It doesn’t matter if the spot is within the city or far from our area, as long as it’s new to both of us, we’re much thrilled to give it a try!

Coffee Project is brewing along the front stretch of Vista Mall, San Fernando and our verdict from its Facebook page description’s “the most Instagram-able coffee shop”? 100% convinced.The interior isn’t only instagrammable but also Pinterest-worthy indeed. The rustic counter depicts countryside feels. Flower stands and witty writings are pleasing to the eye. What caught our attention most are the hanging bike baskets which remind me of Jenny Choi from Endless Love 1 (famous Korean TV series). I wish I could have one for myself.Fhabs ordered hot Café Latte (expect this from him because he believes coffee shops are meant for hot coffee alone. Haha!) and I settled for Cappucino Frappe. We also had their best-seller in Pasta and finished it with a Spam & Egg sandwich. Oh, taste like heaven! Try it!HOT CAFÉ LATTE (TALL) P105. CAPPUCINO FRAPPE (GRANDE) P135.  SARDINE PASTA P210. SPAM & EGG SANDWICH P160.*Visit Coffee Project at Vista Mall, Paseo de Andalusia, Brgy. San Agustin, CSFP.

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