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When it comes to today’s dining standards, food, service, location, and price are not the only aspects customers are looking for. It’s also the mood, the interiors—basically the look and feel of the place that doesn’t just want you to dine and dash but also makes you want to stay and be in-the-middle-of-it-all kind of experience. And while most cafés have been getting creative with their spaces, one dining spot in the country recently garnered bragging rights as “One of the Most Instagrammable Restaurants” in the world.

Recently, Coffee Project, was included by food and travel website, Big 7 Travel, in its list of “The 50 most Instagrammable Cafés in the World,” taking its spot at No. 32. It was described to be “oasis of calm and beauty in this bustling city,” highlighted by the restaurant’s soft lighting and lush greenery. It previously held the 24th spot in the website’s 2019 list. Other notable places in the list included the famous Café de Flore of Paris (No. 48), the trendy Café Monochrome of Singapore (No. 27), the historic Caffé Florian in Venice, Italy (No. 10), and at No. 1, the awe-inspiring mountain views of Montana del Café in Bali, Indonesia.

If you’re not familiar with Coffee Project, the Villar-owned coffee shop opened its first location at Starmall, Alabang in Muntinlupa City in 2014. Since then, the brand has expanded to 55 branches across the country. Aside from serving its signature coffee drinks and wide range of beverages, the place also offers traditional and comfort food favorites.

For more information about the Coffee Project, you can check out their website.

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