Tuesday, March 04, 2014

Cafeteria or Cafe?

Young Chefs Paolo and Mark
Tucked behind Mercury Drugstore in Katipunan is a food outlet disguised as a cafeteria and dressed like a cafe. Food dish is oriental mainly Filipino prepared not by a cook but by chefs. Thus expect some twists. Offered per meal time are at least 11 varieties of freshly cooked viands. Price though is slightly off your neighborhood cafeteria. When you find out that their coffee beans are sourced from Italy costing P35.0 a cup, you will be convinced Blu Kitchen is a Cafe.  

Morning meals are prepared by Chefs Paolo Mendoza and Mark Gonzalez, graduates of the Center for Culinary Studies. (The owner himself Kons, is a graduate of advanced culinary course abroad.)
When you further discover that it is an impeccably clean place, you will not have second thoughts returning to Blu. The real satisfaction that Blu offers is the excitement of looking forward to eating an Oriental meal everyday. Make that every other day.


 noun \ˌka-fə-ˈtir-ē-ə\
: a place (such as a restaurant or a room in a school) where people get food at a counter and carry it to a table for eating
 noun, often attributive \ka-ˈfā, kə-\
: a small restaurant where you can get simple meals and drinks (such as coffee)
Definitions from Merriam-Webster

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