Lazy Sunday afternoons are usually spent at home but we decided to hit the mall because... well, we missed going out. And we figured we could go to the Greenbelt Chapel for mass in the evening anyway. It sounded like a plan.
We were hanging out, three of us, at my best friend's pad when this lighbulb hit. We planned to hang out at some random popular coffee place and wait for the next mass.
But somehow, the thought of Starbucks or Seattle's was not very attractive. And I suddenly remembered this curious, quiet cafe in Greenbelt 5, the Travel Cafe Philippines. Coach had been there before and said he suddenly craved for their tea. Cielo, my best friend, said she wanted to try this place since Coach and I sounded positive about it.
We were pleased to see that there weren't many people in the cafe. Just a few of the many tables were occupied.
It was a treat to discover that we ordered all the right food. We shared among us the Manila-Style Barbecue with Lettuce Wraps and Mango Salsa and the Longganisa in Pandesal with native white cheese and sweet potato chips on the side. Cielo and Coach enjoyed their highly recommended Hot Tsokolate with Suman, while I sipped cold latte.
Manila-Style Barbecue with Lettuce Wraps and Mango Salsa
Longganisa in Pandesal with native white cheese and sweet potato chips on the side
Hot Tsokolate with Suman
We got comfortable and we gradually adjusted the mass plans until we finally decided to attend the last one for the day.
Oh well, we had not been sticking to any plan we made anyway.