Coffecat Opens in Cebu

//update with new photos

Trust me to get my dates wrong and my mind so preoccupied but I actually went to Coffeecat days before their major opening slash launching last Friday, July 16 at the ground floor of the eBloc building where JP Morgan Chase currently holds court. You wouldn’t miss it because beside MyJoy and  Julie’s establishment in the same building, there is a bright red signage of a faceless cat that just magnetically pulls you inside. Why faceless? You’d find out.

Welcome to Cebu, Coffeecat!

Coffee cat Opens in Cebu

Coffecat in CEBU

Coffecat in CEBU

They were kind enough to let us and my baby Sebastian in. You could tell he loves the Yogurt Smoothie. Coffeecat’s first visitor – a takaw shih tzu maltese!

Coffecat in CEBU

Coffecat in CEBU

Coffecat in CEBU

If you have seen their Davao branch that is sitting in food district Torres Street, you would appreciate how they tried to be consistent with their trademark minimalistic look.

Coffecat in CEBU

Coffeecat is 90 square meters of stylish and chic space which can accommodate a total of 60 guests with its indoor and outdoor seating combined. The café specializes in expertly handcrafted beverages made from premium coffee blend illy®, a careful balance of 9 types of pure Arabica beans from South and Central America, India and Africa which createsthe unmistakable illy flavor always identical in any espresso cup, wherever it is drunk around the world; non-coffee drinks like Avalanche Ice Blends and its signature product – Yogo Premium Frozen Yogurt in Original or Green Tea Flavors.

Yogo is the finest frozen yogurt made with the freshest ingredients, a mixture of fresh non-fat organic yogurt with probiotics and organic skimmed milk. Yogo promotes a positive feeling by serving a delicious tasting treat that is good for both body and mind. With optional fruit toppings available, it can help make up ones 5-a-day diet.

Fruit toppings

Mango – Banana – Pineapple – Blueberry – Strawberry – Kiwifruit – Mandarin Orange – Peach Red Ruby Cherry – Grape

Dry toppings

Mochi – Special K – Meuslix – Butterfinger – Reese’s – Fudge Brownie – M&M Minis Oreo Cookie – Desiccated Coconut – Granola – Crushed Graham – Sliced Almond

“The name ‘Coffeecat’ is the product of an intriguing play of words,” the young JC Tan of Coffeecat Corporation said. “We want a coffee shop that doesn’t intimidate.”

Coffeecat opens in Cebu

On me – Top: H&M, Watch: Philip Stein, Earrings: Aldo, Skirt: Guess, Shoes: from Hongkong (not seen)

JC TAN of Coffeecat Cebu

(above – JC Tan of Coffeecat – looks like a stalker-ish shot teehee!)

Coffeecat is a lifestyle coffee concept owned and operated by Coffeecat Corporation. For more information, please contact us at www.yourcoffeecat.com. Other products include specialty teas, pastries, light snacks and short orders. Guests may also check their email, download a file before a meeting, or simply browse the internet by logging on to Coffeecat’s in-store free wireless internet service aptly called wireless@coffeecat.

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Kristine Roa The Glamarazzi

**Text and some photos by Kristine Roa. Banner photo by Coffeecat. Coffeecat opening photos by Eden Villarba. Reproduction without consent is not allowed.

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7 comments

  1. Looks like a pretty good place to hang out in Cebu…

    wow, so many new shops opening sounds exciting…

    are they allowing animals inside or just temporary???
    i love their setting as well.

    great post Kristine!!!

    take care gorgeous!
    much love
    Sweet
    PensandLens

    • Kristine Gianna Roa
      Kristine
      Author

      Hi Sweet! Thanks for dropping by! This is just temporary I guess because they just opened that day. Hihih :) wouldnt want to impose Basti on a really plush setting haha! :) Tc yourself!

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