Kape Ta! Coffee

Kape Ta! Coffee
I am a sucker for spontaneous dates and one Tuesday, Dee and I went on a random thrift shopping slash work date. An hour after we almost emptied our pockets from the thrifted clothes that we bought, Dee took me to this remote cafe in the north called Kape Ta! Coffee.

Kape Ta! Coffee is located in Canduman, Mandaue City just near Sacred Heart School - Ateneo de Cebu. We arrived at the café a little before lunch and the place was not packed. Why they don't allow customers inside the café, remains a mystery.

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We didn't ask them beforehand but thank goodness they provide free Wi-Fi. And as far as I know, they only have two outlets so I suggest you bring your own extension cord. Yes, they allow this because that's what the staff told us when we had trouble finding the second outlet (one customer was already using the first one). Their staff were very kind and accommodating, by the way.

Kape Ta! Coffee

We were starving from our thrift shopping adventure so we ordered their all-day breakfast meals. Everything in their all-day breakfast menu is P199 and already comes with a free iced tea.

Kape Ta! Coffee claims to be the home of the best cinnamon rolls in Cebu so we had to try it. We ordered their classic cinnamon rolls and paired it with their Salted Caramel Cold Brew. The cinnamon roll, I have to say, was really good flavor-wise. The cinnamon and the melted cheese created a perfect sweet and salty balance. The texture of the bread, however, was a bit rough and coarse for my liking. But for only P65, it's worth it and yes, I will still order it next time. The Salted Caramel Cold Brew didn't really taste like cold brew. The salted caramel flavor was overpowering.

Kape Ta! Coffee Fried Bangus

Kape Ta! Coffee Hungarian Sausage with extra egg (P20)

Kape Ta! Coffee Classic Cinnamon Roll

Kape Ta! Coffee Salted Caramel Cold Brew

Kape Ta! Coffee

Around 2 or 3PM, a few more customers started coming in. The remote location of Kape Ta! Coffee is an advantage because it doesn't get too crowded which makes it a good place to work at. The non-ergonomic wooden benches might not be good for people with lower back pains, though. Will I come back? Of course, yes, but not for work. We will have to look for other cafés that can provide better workspace facilities.

Have you been to Kape Ta! Coffee? Share your experiences in the comments below!

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