I have always been a fan of Book and Borders Cafe ever since they opened their first branch in Tomas Morato, Quezon City. It has been my secret place whenever I would like to enjoy a good book and a cup of coffee. But among all of their branches, the Manhattan branch is the most accessible for me. Book and Borders Cafe is established by Kristine Simisim. It has expanded to three branches across Metro Manila, and their newest branch located in Manhattan Parkview, Araneta Center, Cubao, Quezon City.
Book and Borders Cafe’s vision is to awaken the public’s love for reading. They provide the bookworms and coffee lovers a peaceful place where they can enjoy a good book and great cup of coffee. It’s cozy coffee shop combined with a library-feel, all in one.
They have an impressive book collection. Genres like adult bestsellers, thrillers, romance novels, children’s books. It’s the haven for bookworms and coffee lovers. It also a great place to study because of its ambiance. Aside from great coffee, they also offer a sumptuous menu that offers the taste of home cooking like gourmet Tuyo pasta, Adobo flakes, and more.
The Lifestyle Avenue HIGHLY recommends Book and Borders Cafe to all book and coffee lovers.
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