The first stop of the Quezon City food trip was the adorable The Bunny Baker. I was dying to visit this place as the place looks so pretty and I heard that the sweets are great! But I woke up a bit late and R insisted to drop me to the place. It took a bit long and I missed the first stop and just went straight to the second stop which was…
Yellow Tree Coffee and Tea.
The coffee shop was quite small and could only comfortably fit around 15 guests. The menu is similar to most café/milk tea places. Since I couldn’t decide on what I want, I asked for the server’s suggestion. She recommended her personal blend of coffee, bananas and milk. Since I never had a coffee banana drink as the fruit is usually paired with chocolate or peanut butter, I gave it a go. A medium cup costs PHP115.
After a short while, my drink arrived and it was actually a frappe which I was not really feeling to drink that day. Oh well.
But I was delighted at first sip. It had a nice light taste of coffee and banana. It was not exactly thirst quenching but it was refreshing enough. I tried to avoid the whipped cream as I was never fond of this foamy topping.
C and I stayed at the coffee shop for almost two hours before moving to the next stop as we were hesitant to leave the air-conditioned shop. (Oh and I heard that the internet is crazy fast! Great spot if you want to do work, stream, play or download.)
Overall, it was a pleasant stay in Yellow Tree Coffee and Tea.
Yellow Tree Coffee and Tea is located at 102 Panay Avenue, Quezon City.