Not so many cafes/restaurants opened at seven o'clock in the morning. I have been scouting for one that serves good food and coffee at a reasonable price. I am glad I stumbled upon Coffee Project located at The Wil Tower last weekend. This used to be the location of Starbucks Coffee- it has since moved to a new and bigger location at Eugenio Lopez Drive.
The Quezon City location is the third Coffee Project branch to open by Manny Villar's group of companies, who incidentally also owns The Wil Tower. The other two branches are located in Alabang and in Imus, Cavite.
This third wave coffee shop looks like a typical restaurant from the outside. But once inside, you will be transported to an indoor garden-themed interior complete with hanging flowers on the ceiling.
Every nook inside Coffee Project is very intagrammable. This is definitely the cutest and girliest coffee shop I have ever visited in Tomas Morato area. I read somewhere that all furnishings came from All Home, also owned by All Value Holdings Corp.
Coffee Project | Restaurant Review
|Coffee Caramel Jelly Php 165 and Brewed Coffee Php 90|
Every coffee ordered comes with a complimentary biscuit. I ordered a tall glass of Coffee Caramel Jelly. I wanted more jelly, I will have to ask if I can add more jelly on my drink next time. My mom ordered a brewed coffee. It was my daughter who ate both cookies, she's such a cookie monster ; p
|Spaghetti Bolognese Php 195|
My sister and I shared an order of Spaghetti Bolognese. It tasted good but I want to try their bestseller- Sardine Pasta on my next visit.
|Cinnamon Roll Php 80|
This early, my daughter has her own preference when it comes to food. I let her freely choose what she wants to order. That day, she wanted Cinnamon Roll... great choice! She was able to share the order with us too!
|Pandesal- Tuna Php 65; Corned Beef Php 75|
Both Pandesal lacks fillings. I wish I can say that it was filled with tuna and corned beef but it wasn't. Save your money and order other items on the menu.
It was not crowded yet when we went there last Saturday for brunch so I was able to take lots of photos. The hallway above leads to the toilet (pictured below).
Coffee Project Quezon City is a multilevel coffee shop. These steps lead to the mezzanine where you can find more mishmash tables and chairs.
Oh, unlike other coffee shops and restaurants in Tomas Morato where there's lack of parking spaces, Coffee Project has a free open parking just beside the building.
Coffee Project is located at Vista Place, Eugenio Lopez Drive, Quezon City.