August 17, 2011

Kitch Cafe.


One of my favorite things is finding charming little cafes located where you don't expect them to be. It is like receiving a gift you've always wanted. Well, that's how I felt when I found Kitch Cafe tucked in a small street between Amorsolo and Pasay Road. It is a few steps away from where I live.


Kitch Cafe is all kinds of wonderful. It is tastefully decorated in white and pastels. There's something about it that's very welcoming.


There's a corner sofa that's quite comfortable. Although the cafe is small, it is absolutely pretty. The cafe has a second floor space where you can hold parties.


I tried their Adobo Pasta. It was good, but it was just too creamy for me. I am not a pasta person and if I ever order pasta, I prefer light sauces.

I heard though that their pan de sal pizzas are super good. This (pan de sal) pinoy favorite was reinvented by Chef Eugene (I met him last year during the RP-UK Friendship Week Dinner for a Cause) and Chef Mark. Remind me to try the pizza on my next visit!


I love to try creme brulee in every new resto or cafe that I visit, so I tried their cappuccino creme brulee. I love how light this is. And there's this lovely, gentle hint of coffee.


Also tried the Mango Cheesecake (cheesecake with mango syrup topped with cashew nuts). Light and delicious!


I super love their Lemongrass Tea. Very refreshing. It tasted like summer and reminded me of amazing vacations in Bohol Bee Farm. :)


The service was wonderful. Everyone was friendly and accommodating. They all made me feel quite at home.

I love this place and I already know that I will be spending many afternoons there.

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Kitch Cafe
Unit G-14 Sunvar Plaza
Pasay Road corner Amorsolo
Makati City
Phone: 02 8433620

Also visit their FACEBOOK page and BLOG

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13 comments:

  1. Maybe they called it "Kitch" because its so kitsch-y, haha;-)

    the decors is so French Provencal with touch of modern;-) and the food looks very much inviting;-)

    i live thru u,ai;-) (the good thing: i will not have the calories,lol).. love this cafe;-)

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  2. Oh, it's near our office. Will definitely check this out! :) Thanks for the tip! ;)

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  3. i love the decor! i wish i could go there with you!

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  4. how were you able to find this? =) i love your photos as usual! did you use a what lightroom filter? if yes, what did you use? =)

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  5. I love this place. It's like a personification of ME. I wonder if you can reserve the entire place for a party? It looks perfect! Nice pics, as usual. Everything made me sigh.

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  6. Hi! I would just like to ask what camera do you use? I LOVE YOUR PHOTOS! :)

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  7. Chelo: True! It's so french provencal. It's kitch for kitchen, I read somewhere. Haha.

    I live through you, too! Oh, all those restos and cafes you go to!

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  8. Patricia: You'd love this cafe, Pat! I just know! :D

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  9. Hi Rica! It was by accident that I found this place. :D I used photoshop actions to add some pastel tones into the pictures. :)

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  10. Martine: Yes, it's so you! Very dainty! And yes, you can reserve the place for a party. :)

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  11. Hi Carina! Thank you! :) I'm using Canon 50D. :)

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  12. Oh I love all the pastel-coloured pictures in this post, so 60s style! Such a pretty café too.

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