The Strange Interiors Of These Philippines’ Cafes Will Make You Say WOW!

Post by Uzma Kidwai | Dec 20, 2016

Not always the word ‘strange’, stands for shocking, but can also be a delightful surprise. You can find the similar feel when you visit the weird cafes in the Philippines.

The unusual interior and outstanding way of presentation at these cafeterias have made stood out of the rest and CollectOffers, is sure that once you be there you will also be in awe of these trendy cafes.

Whether you are a localite or expat, you would love to be there, the aromatic beverages and innovative snacks aligned with interesting and out-of-the-box interiors will make your visit worth there.

Let CollectOffers suggest you top 5 names of the strange cafes at the Philippines. 

Shutter Café

Like the name suggest the Shutter Cafe is a place for photography enthusiasts. The place is adorned with vintage cameras and what nots. Its menu include caffeinated beverages, fruit and milk tea chillers. Interestingly, there people can take photography and arts classes as well.

Zoo Coffee

It is a Korean-franchised zoo-themed cafe, founded in 2009. Here customers can relax in a comforting ambiance and feel the natural ambiance surrounded by animal-inspired furniture and stuffed toys. It has over 100 stores in South Korea, with international branches in Beijing, Guangzhou, Shanghai, and Taiwan.

Coffee Project

Coffee Project is a beautiful garden-inspired cafe adorned with furniture and display items from its neighbor, All Home, a one-stop shop for home essentials. Everything you see in the store, you can actually buy. This is the first of its 3 branches with themed interiors.

Cafe Aquatica

Cafe Aquatica is a fish shop and cafe in one where customers can purchase a new fishy friend at their restaurant. Rice meals, pasta, sandwiches, and espresso blended drinks are served. A number of aquariums are installed all around the place so diners are in for a visual treat as well.

Boracay Toilet

This is another interesting café in the Philippines. It is the first toilet-themed restaurant in the Philippines, which opened just last year. It serves Filipino fusion dishes with quirky pun titles. Interestingly, they serve in mini toilet bowls and urinal-shaped glasses.

So this was it for now soon we will back with some more interesting pieces on the Philippines.