A Taste of Cafe Victoria
Perfectly placed. This bar and chalkboard wall of menu adds character to the quaint space.
A Taste of Cafe Victoria Paniqui, Tarlac – Fully operational on March 2016, Cafe Victoria is the newest neighborhood coffee shop located behind Ice Cream House on Sta Rosa Street in Paniqui, Tarlac.
Quaint and Homey. I find charm in small spaces like this. I like the careful interior and furniture selection. Just in case it gets crowded, there is a covered space for outside dining.
There are a lot of things to love in this hip, trendy cafe. Like I always say in my blogs, I like that a business is locally-owned. Second thing I like is their magazine/book collection (you know the owner has a good taste – not just in food.) After all, these reading materials are also food…for your brain.
Price for Quality. At 155php, this double cheeseburger is jam-packed with coleslaw and two tasty beef patties with a handful of fries on the side.
Now as for the food, their shakes and fraps are quite affordable. Being a non-coffee drinker, I ordered milkshakes which (believe it or not) taste good for only 50php. The food, however, are a bit pricey for the usual Paniqueño. But the quality of the food they serve is worth every cent. You can tell they used quality ingredients available in the market. So yes, the price is justified!
Bitin. This nice plate of Baked Mac and toasted bread is not for the hungry.
If you want good quality comfort food served with personal touch, I highly recommend Cafe Victoria. The place is just a few steps away the town’s busy district. I know I have not explored their beverages enough since it is a cafe after all, I promise to be back!
Published by Karenina Delta