For those coffee addicts (like me!) out there, there is this new, quiet and elegant place in the new Eastwood Mall Promenade, cyberPark that you have to go to!

I’m talking about Cafeccino by Dome. It is located at the far end of the park, facing Bikram Yoga center and Seven Eleven (which are right across the street).



As you enter, you will be greeted  by warm waiters. They are all very friendly and accomodating. The ambiance of the place is very asian. I love the lights that hang on the left side of the restaurant. When you gaze above you, there is a chandelier that is amidst mirrors of different sizes and shapes. The place also had free Wi-Fi (this, I loved!), plus very comfortable chairs!

We just had coffee and a slice of carrot cake, but both were delicious. Even the little cookie at the side of the Cafe Latte and the Cafe Mocha that we ordered was good. I even wished it was bigger! The carrot cake that they served had bits of nuts and carrots, which I loved. I love ‘textured’ pastries. The cake was of the right sweetness. Also, they had a huge slice. Their cakes may also be ordered, as a whole cake or as a little personal cake.

I will definitely go back to try the dishes and the snacks that they serve! If ever you are within the area, please do drop by and tell us what you think!

Contact Details:

CAFECCINO
G/F, Eastwood Mall Promenade, Eastwood City Cyberpark
Tel. No.: 4703950, 4703722
Store Hours:
Mon-Thurs: 7am – 12am
Fri-Sat: 7am – 1am
Sun: 7am – 12am

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8 Responses

  1. John Ray Cabrera

    the reason why some media outlets / publishing houses will not inform the owners to cover the establishment is to maintain an impartial level of service. we have experienced going to restaurants with them knowing our organization and providing us an over-hyped service while the readers contested about it as their experience proved otherwise.

    this is what we are hoping to experience, by not informing establishment owners– call it a first hand dining experience without the tincture of overdoing the service just to gain press merit.

    unfortunately Cafeccino failed in this aspect.

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    • ejarbo

      That’s too bad. Things must’ve changed since April 2010 (when we did the review). I also hate it when establishments stop me from taking pictures.

      And really? They only accept COMMISSIONED WRITERS FROM PR AGENCIES? I do know some PR folks who still allow objectivity in “their” writers’ posts — but not allowing other FREE reviews? That doesn’t make sense. If you believe in your product, then you should welcome these!

      Shout out to the owner! What’s up??

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  2. John Ray Cabrera

    not a press-friendly cafe. no photo-taking allowed inside. this is actually my first time to encounter a restaurant/cafe restricting diners to take photos of the cafe. most cafe managers and owners even welcome such a practice for a viral marketing purpose.

    if i were the owner of the cafe, i would put a signage outside that says: NO PICTURE_TAKING ALLOWED INSIDE so as to set an expectation of any non-partisan press not to cover.

    based on the conversation with the Duty Manager, they will only allow commissioned writing from PR agencies, which is essentially circumventing the freedom of the press.

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    • eugene

      That’s too bad. Things must’ve changed since April 2010 (when we did the review). I also hate it when establishments stop me from taking pictures.

      And really? They only accept COMMISSIONED WRITERS FROM PR AGENCIES? I do know some PR folks who still allow objectivity in “their” writers’ posts — but not allowing other FREE reviews? That doesn’t make sense. If you believe in your product, then you should welcome these!

      Shout out to the owner! What’s up??

      Reply
  3. ronaldo Turla

    hi ej. thanks for this blog. i was able to contact caffecino for a birthday treat for my mom. the site was very helpful with all the information. keep it up.

    Reply

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