This is a late post. Apparently, I thought I already posted this some months ago when in fact I only started it then put it away in my archive files, completely buried and forgotten. And when I was re-categorizing my posts yesterday, I couldn’t find this one about White Bean Café. I thought I deleted it by mistake. Turns out, I never got to finish it and never posted it in the first place.
This is how I originally started to write it:
“I have been off the grid for a few weeks now. Then, I was practically sick these past three days. I learned only too well that I’m not getting any younger, and the hard way too. The truth is that I’ve been busy stressing at work during the day and barely sleeping at night watching my K-dramas. It all ended up with me having the worst kind of migraine attack for three whole days. I was barely functioning and had to sleep and sleep until my brain was able to repair the damages I caused it. Yep, the signs of aging.
Last week, Jael invited me to have lunch together, along with Ate Franz and Mabel. All friends from work. My mind suddenly thought of White Bean Café since it’s somewhere I haven’t been but was always curious about.
The café’s location is a prime spot, right smack at Centro Naga, located inside Nagaland Hotel (across from E-Mall).
The place has a nice ambience.
Whenever I got invited to eat out, I used to feel lazy and would rather just go home and rest, or I used to think that maybe I should be spending money on more important stuff instead of eating at a pretty café or resto. That only changed when I started blogging. Using information found on the internet and grabbing pictures from reputable sites are fine but not the same as when I have experienced it for myself. So, blogging made me want to try new things and go to places I’ve never been.”
As much as I wanted to write something different, say something new, I figured I cannot just throw away my thoughts and feelings during that time because they felt real to me. So, I decided to keep them.
As for the food and drinks, sorry I might not be able to remember the exact names now. The first one was a Matcha Milk Shake, then the rather simple but yummy Mango Shake and my Iced Tea, which was just a perfect blend of tea and lemon.
As for the food, they offer lots of choices from Filipino fares like Kare-Kare to the usual favorites like filleted fish, pasta and chicken dishes (like the yummy buffalo wings).
I would say the price range was not the cheapest in the area but the food, drinks, the nice ambiance and the service made up for it. It was a good first experience for me and I hope to come back again soon. For each person, one might spend around Php250-Php300.
I guess that’s it for now. Thank you and have a good day! ❤