I actually visited North Coffee Bean three weeks ago, but I only had time to focus on blog-writing this Sunday (May 1). Apologies for the late post!
Anyway, I remember thinking that I could have ordered waffles from the nearest shop, but since I had a goal to visit one cafe in each municipality of Rizal per week, I decided to have them in North Coffee Bean in Teresa, Rizal.
How to Go to North Coffee Bean
From any point in Ortigas Avenue Extension, ride a jeep with an Antipolo-Tanay signage. Tell the driver to drop you off at St. Therese Hospital. If you are a sigurista who doesn’t want to get lost like, open your Google Maps.
North Coffee Bean is in the second floor of Kastilyo 1 Building near St. Therese Hospital. You will see the cafe as soon as you go down the jeep.
What to Expect in North Coffee Bean
North Coffee Bean is a simple al fresco cafe with a couple of tables for dine-in customers. Along with their menu, their products—which includes local coffee beans, mugs, and tumblers—were displayed at the front of the barista spot.
By the time I arrived, numerous customers were already in line to order their waffles and coffee for takeout. North Coffee Bean seemed to have a good reputation in Teresa.
What to Eat in North Coffee Bean
I ordered their nutella + peanut butter waffle (PhP 55) and iced hazelnut cafe latte (PhP 70). Their waffle wasn’t toasted; it was soft and was better eaten warm. Honestly, I was thinking of eating somewhere else for lunch since they didn’t have meals and I hadn’t taken lunch, but to my surprise, the waffle sandwich I ordered was enough to fill my empty stomach.
For more information about this cafe, visit this post by Kape Tayo, Rizal.
North Coffee Bean 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Kastilyo 1 Bldg. 2nd floor North Coffee Bean Coffee Shop, Teresa, Philippines https://www.facebook.com/northcoffeebean/