The Hideout Cafe: Simple, Classy, and A Cup Full of Values

Coffee has never been this simply good.

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While other people would go for designer coffee and tea, it’s sometimes fulfilling to love and prefer your simplified, traditional, and basic coffee concoction. This is what I loved about The Hideout Cafe. Coffee at this place need not be complicated to be appreciated. They’re definitely flavorful and never compromised.

Located along the trendy street of Malingap, Teacher’s Village, a busy eye might miss this cute shack. But lo and behold, once you’ve uncovered this treasure! As soon as you step in the coffee shop, it’s like you’re transported to an Indie Cafe in New York or Reno! The black and gray graffiti over a white wall under the glare of a bulb definitely sets the mood. What I love most about it is that we’re not talking about senseless graffiti claiming to have a deeper meaning. What they have are positive thoughts, quotes, and illustrationΒ that will make your day brighter.

They also have an awesome menu! They serve heavenly breakfast sets of pancakes and french toasts! I would suggest you try Caramel and Banana as it is superb! Better try their pasta menu, as well. Pair it with smoothies for a holistic experience!

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And as I have consistently reviewed, the ambiance and food are nothing but if the staff is awful. Here at this place you can find the most accommodating and friendliest staff along Malingap! The service does not end after food has been laid on the table. They would ask you how do you find your order, even if it’s just coffee! We felt important and cared for…thank you!!!

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The Hideout Cafe is definitely worth visiting. If you are the type who would rather read a good book in a comfortable and secluded place, this spot is just for you. I adore their tag line: “God being our hiding place.” Indeed!!!

How to go to The Hideout Cafe:

  1. At Alimall, Cubao, ride the jeep heading to SM Fairview – 7.50 Php
  2. Alight at UniOil at Malingap St. along Kalayaan Ave.
  3. Walk along the street until you see the cute and artsy shack!

**The Hideout Cafe is located atΒ 21 Malingap Street,Teachers Village, Quezon City and is open from Mondays through Sundays from 10 AM to 11 PM. You can visit their Facebook Page as well for more information!

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