Flowers and Coffee at Pastella Cafe

Going to Pastella Cafe took almost two hours—four in total—of my rest day that week, but as I am dedicated to visiting coffee shops around Rizal, it was worth the visit for me.

How to Go to Pastella Cafe

Cross the bridge from Sta. Lucia East Grand Mall and then ride a jeep going to Montalban. Tell the driver to drop you off at Montana, but make sure your Google Maps is also open as a guide. As of this writing, the fare I paid for was PhP 30.00.

What to Expect in Pastella Cafe

Pastella cafe is an indoor nook cafe with two tables, so at most six people could fit the venue if they follow social-distancing rules. One side of the shop is filled with dried flowers that are also for sale, while the other side is for seating. This is a perfect venue for your small barkada chikahan when you’re in Montalban or Marikina.

What to Eat in Pastella Cafe

For my lunch, I ordered their cordon bleu (PhP 130) and iced cafe mocha (PhP 85). I wish they could improve the formula for their iced mocha, as there seemed to be too much ice. On the other hand, I only have good words for their cordon bleu, especially the cheese inside it.

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Pastella Cafe
27 A. Mabini Street, Burgos, Rodriguez, Rizal
11:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.
https://www.facebook.com/pastella.cafe