There’s a new cafe in town, and thus far, it is one of the best concept coffee shops I have seen. From the cafe’s interiors, to it’s menu items, there is almost nothing to frown about at Coffee Cat.
During the cafe’s opening on May 8, 2009, I got to try out their Coffee Jelly Avalanche which did not disappoint. It had a very creamy texture with liberal amounts of coffee jelly. It was a bit sweeter than I would like but it was an enjoyable drink, nonetheless. It is a must-try for those who like their coffee a bit sweet. On my second visit (less than a week after), I tried their Mocha Chip Avalanche. It was a little less sweeter, a bit more bitter, but with the same creamy smooth texture peppered with mocha chips. It was a very refreshing drink that hot summer afternoon.
Meanwhile Kuya Andrew, who is a bit into the healthy stuff lately, was excited to try out Coffee Cat’s Green Tea Yogo Smoothie which is 98% fat-free. And he loved it. I tried a sip and it wasn’t bad at all. Kuya loved it sooo much that he goes there regularly just for that smoothie.
We also tried out their Conchorde Cake which is layers of chocolate goodness. It is so rich and yummy, but not too heavy. TRY IT! Other must-try pastries are their very cheesy Ensaymada, and the Chocolate Pinipig.
They also serve Espressos, hot coffee and teas, and Crema Sodas. All of these are at very reasonable prices, in different sizes. For a different coffee experience or a healthy glass of yoghurt smoothie, visit Coffee Cat along Torres Street, Davao City. It’s in the new building near Zakoya and Verdebarr.
The Coffee Cat doesn’t have Wifi yet, but I heard they’re getting wired soon.