Let’s get productive!
There are many of us who have a difficult time working and or studying at home with our bed calling us almost all the time that we especially need a place that’ll keep us focused! The perfect place usually includes background noise of baristas grinding beans, preparing coffee, good coffee, people chatting at perfect volume, and lastly… also most importantly, a good and stable Wi-Fi connection!
There are times we have to work long hours that a cup of coffee just won’t do without stable Wi-Fi so we’ve listed down some of the best cafes with Wi-Fi to keep you productive!
Kandle Café – Mother Ignacia
Kandle Café is a neighborhood cafe serving contemporary local dishes made with home-grown greens. Signature dishes include Mr. Egoy and Ms. Eggy pasta and the Kandle Burger. Specialty coffee and local beers are also served.
Habitual Coffee – multiple branches
Habitual Coffee is a specialty café that serves single origin espresso, aeropress-brewed coffee, and a limited menu of light meals and desserts.
% Arabica – Fort Bonifacio
One of the newest coffee brands to hit the city, % Arabica has already become a favourite among Manila’s coffee lovers. Apart from great coffee, their interiors are also extremely conducive for productivity; their huge windows make way for natural light along with wooden and glass interiors for a clean finish. They serve snacks that perfectly go well with your coffee and you could even purchase their beans.
Derive Cafe – Alabang
Derive Cafe is the ultimate throwback arcade cafe, featuring well-loved icons, video games, board games, and decors reminiscent of the ’80s. Serving a twist of Filipino favorites and classic American diner disheswith a twist, enjoy their all-day breakfast, burgers, pastas, pizza, fries, milkshakes, and coffee in this neon universe.
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Coffee Project – multiple branches
Coffee Project has since been known as an Instagram worthy café. Their interiors are garden themed and filled with vintage replicas giving a cozy vibe. They serve coffee and other drinks, dessert, meals, and snacks.
Magnum Opus Fine Coffee Gallery – BF Homes
Just like the name suggests, at Magnum Opus Fine Coffees you can experience a masterpiece in each cup. Serving you the finest grinds we’ve all bean wanting, it’s for anyone down for a cup of coffee and conversation at a quaint but cool space featuring a balcony overlooking Aguirre.
Single Origin – multiple branches
Single Origin is a new hangout spot where coffee and alcohol lovers can find common ground. Single Origin features a hefty breakfast & lunch menu, dinner menu and beverage list including specialty coffee and alcohol-based drinks.
UCC Clockwork – multiple branches
UCC Clockwork is a third wave coffee shop and UCC’s newest concept store featuring blends from a variety of local and international single origin coffee. They also have a wide selection of food ranging from appetizers to desserts.
Costa Coffee – multiple branches
Costa Coffee is the UK’s #1 coffee chain that landed on Philippine shores in 2015. They serve a wide array of hot and cold coffees, teas, snacks and desserts. They are best known for their Signature Flat White, London Cheesecake and Beef Pastrami Sandwich.
The Giving Café – Sheridan
The Giving Cafe offers Asian cuisine serving coffee, other drinks, snacks, pasta dishes, sandwiches, and more while supporting local coffee growers.
Sheridan St cor Pines St., Highway Hills, Mandaluyong
(0967) 221-0681; (02) 518-9291
The Brewology Café – Tomas Morato
The Brewology Cafe is an all-day brunch café offering small bites, baked goods and specialty beverages. Must try’s include the s’mores brownie/waffle, pulled pork cheddar grilled cheese sandwich and crepe cakes.
Common Folk – White Plains
Common Folk is definitely not your common, everyday coffee shop. Featuring a smart, minimalist interior and a menu full of quality coffee and filling meals, one visit is enough to find out why Common Folk is all about #NoBadDays.
Epic Coffee Roastery – Kapitolyo
Epic Coffee Roastery, also known as Epic Café, combines bikes and coffee and is actually named after Cape Epic, a mountain bike race that passes through coffee plantations. It’s also brought to you by the same team that gave us Poco Deli. They serve a wide variety of coffee, frappes, and more as well as meals and desserts. They also have matcha!
Commune – Poblacion
Commune is a community cafe that specializes in locally sourced coffee topped with their famous 3D latte art. They also serve pastries and light meals. From time to time, they host events like open mic and poetry nights.
Kuppa Roastery & Café – Fort Bonifacio
Kuppa Roastery & Cafe is a breakfast and coffee place that actually came from Bacolod. It is owned by the Lo family who has over 60 years of experience in the coffee business, they roast their own coffee beans.
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