Written by Edgardo Toledo
The rainy months are upon us, and drinking coffee is one of the best things you can do to keep yourself warm. Bulacan might be known for beautiful handcrafted jewelry and leather goods, but it’s also an ideal destination for cafe hopping. If you’re looking for a new cafe that’s lowkey, this chic cafe is definitely worth the visit. Take a look!
Monchéri Cafe & Bakery
If you need a place to relax and great coffee, Monchéri Cafe & Bakery has got your back. The Parisian cafe is a feast for the eyes. At a distance, you can catch some touches of lush foliage adorning the facade.
It has modern-meets-rustic interiors, from glass windows and industrial lighting to cream-colored furniture. Monchéri Cafe & Bakery’s white walls also add to its relaxing ambiance.
Honestly, every corner at the cafe would make you want to take lots of photos for the ‘gram. For those who can’t get enough of the outdoors, the cafe has a nice alfresco spot to sip your coffee and admire the peaceful surroundings.
Whether you’re swinging by for a quick brunch or planning to stay longer, Monchéri Cafe & Bakery offers a delectable menu for your needs. For drinks, they serve a variety of hot and iced coffee blends like Americano, Dirty Matcha, and Peppermint Mocha. Prices start at P85.
Not a fan of coffee? No problem! Their non-coffee drinks include flavors like Cocoa Matcha, Strawberry Latte, Milo Dino, and Cocoa Berry Latte.
You can also pair these refreshing drinks with some of their flavorful dishes. Go for Roasted Chicken with rice, Truffle Cream Pasta, Cheesy Garlic Brioche Bun, or Summer Salad. Send them a message on Facebook to see the full menu.
The cafe is open from Tuesdays to Thursdays, 11 AM – 9 PM, and Fridays to Sundays, 11 AM – 10 PM. They’re closed on Mondays.
Monchéri Cafe & Bakery is located at Villa Dulalia Executive Village, Malhacan, Meycauayan, Bulacan. It’s beside Chinabank and St Joseph, near the Meycauayan NLEX exit.
For inquiries, visit Monchéri Cafe & Bakery’s Facebook page.
This article was republished with permission from Windowseat.ph. Minor edits have been made for Bitesized.ph.