This Japanese-Inspired Cafe in Taytay Used to Be a Sari-Sari Store

It opens on November 14.
by Bea Faicol for Yummy.ph   |  Nov 11, 2020
Image: FACEBOOK/Typica Coffee
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Taytay is one of the more accessible places where you can have day trips to museums like Pinto Art Museum, visit waterfalls like Daranak, and score affordable items at Taytay Market. We found a spot where you can start your day in Taytay: check out Typica Coffee, a sari-sari store turned into a Japanese-inspired cafe.

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This two-story cafe has an aesthetic similar to the cafes you can see all over Japan, especially along Japan's quiet streets and alleys. It has a small yet inviting minimalistic space painted in all white with accents of wood and a wall that displays their coffee essentials. They also haveÂan alfresco dining area, which is important during this pandemic.

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Compared to most cafes in the Philippines which have extensive menus, Typicaâs coffee menu sticks toÂthe basics. They have brewed coffee (P60), cold brew (P70), latte (80), flat white (P80), vanilla (P90), caramel (P90), hazelnut (P90), mocha (P100), white mocha (P100), and caramel macchiato (P100). Keeping to its Japanese vibe, the coffee menu even included Japanese translations per item.

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Typica also has pastries you can pair with your coffee. The cafe offers cheesy desserts like the Hokkaido Cheese Tart and mini Basque Burnt Cheesecakes, plus chocolatey picks like their Nutty Brownies and Chocolatey Brownies.

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Typica is currently on soft launch and will have its grand opening on November 14. If you want to drop by, Typica is located at 72 E. Rodriguez Avenue, Barangay San Isidro, Taytay (in front of JB Badminton).

For more information, follow Typica Coffee on Facebook.

This story originally appeared on Yummy.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Candymag.com editors.

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