Recommendation by Carmela Ledesma
Coffee and cocktails! 😋 For coffee, I recommend the B.O.D. or Brew of The Day. They have a great variety! The Kenyan and Ethiopian blends that I’ve tried were fantastic! 🙌🏼
Coffee · World’s 50 Best Bars 2017 · Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2017 · Industrial Looking · City Life · Speakeasy · Take a Taxi · Flexible · Good Craftsmanship · Relax & Chill · Attentive Staff · For Two · Small Groups · Solo · Reasonably Priced
134 Legaspi Corner Don Carlos Palanca Street, Legaspi Village, Makati City
a month ago
Good coffee! Ambiance is minimalist 😊
a month ago
Clean with the right amount of edge. 📷 by CJ de Silva/Instagram
6 months ago
A hidden gem located in Makati City, the Curator is known for their delicious coffee and unique cocktail creations. In fact, to prove this, they’ve recently been included in Asia’s 50 Best Bars in the Philippines! I got their Espresso with Milk, and I personally liked it! Perfect if you like your coffee smooth and rich! ☕️ Definitely coming back to have a go at their cocktails sometime. Tip: They give a Php10 discount when you bring your own tumbler! 💰
9 months ago
Business in the front, party in the back! For this little coffee shop, drinks are serious business. Walk through the door behind the counter at sundown, sit at the bar, and enjoy their Corpse Reviver. It's off the menu, but just as meticulously prepared as their coffee.
a year ago
I don’t go here a lot, but I remember having a pleasant meeting here once. The Flat White was good, the space was also beautiful—dimly lit and quiet. It’s a good place to go if you want to disappear for a bit!
2 years ago
True to its name, The Curator has whittled down a coffee and cocktail menu with the finesse of those at the helm of an art gallery. Coffee and alcohol are the best, so why choose between one or the other? By day, an unmarked café serves specialty coffee; by night, alcohol laces the menu. Whatever the time of day, however, The Curator maintains its commitment to fine ingredients and uncompromising craftsmanship. They often invite bartenders from across the city, and beyond, to show-off their skills.
a month ago
My husband draws as I chill and relax
2 months ago
One of the first specialty coffee shops in Seoul, set in a traditional Korean house. The owners maintain great relationships with their farmers; and you can taste it in each cup. They have their own blends, plus rare beans on sale. Pro tip: order the croissant.
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