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Equatorial Coffee is located at 325 Miranda Building, Katipunan Avenue Corner Dela Rosa Street, Loyola Heights, Quezon City. This is a Cafe restaurant near the Loyola Heights.The average price range at Equatorial Coffee is around ₱ 300 / Person,and the opening hours are 8:00 - 18:00.Equatorial Coffee is a well-known gourmet restaurant in the Loyola Heights area. There are different kinds of food in Equatorial Coffee that are worth trying. If you have any questions,please contact +6323660241.
I really liked the coffee and the placeReally love the interior and the overall ambiance of the placeThey really have awesome coffee selectionsReally enjoyed the coldbrew, just the right texture and consistency
Here at the moment. The ambiance of the place plus the background music is a thumbs up. The iced chocolate is good but the cheesecake looks so plain. The serving size is kind of small as well. I like the place tho.
my groupmates and i went here to do our paper, and the ambiance is really nice. I thought the place was big (from pictures) turns out it just has a few tables, it has a smoking and non-smoking area. The staff was okay, they were kind. I think their pastries are overpriced since they're just small i find it a bit expensive, i didn't taste it though. Anyways, we got the carbonara, green tea latte and the chocolate waffle. The carbonara was fair for the price, they have a generous amount of bacon, which is nice btw. However, the latte just tasted like milk and it has too much ice, for the waffle it tasted decent however, the waffle was a bit hard to slice. The wifi works but there were a couple of times wherein it didn't work. The music was nice but it was inconsistent, because sometimes they play chill songs then next they're playing loud & punkish music. Wasn't really satisfied with our experience, tried it, don't think we'll come back though :(
A great place to relax, study and unwind. The staffs are very warm in welcoming their guests and also swift in terms of their service. We ordered their Green Tea and Caramel Iced Lattes which is definitely a must try as well as their Hungry Jack and Spanish Sardine with Olive Pastas. I will surely comeback! :)
Ahmet Cevat AKYEL
After our Mongolian Buffet at Café Sweet Inspirations, we decided to burn some calories and explore Katips via walking. We found ourselves having a cup of joe at Equatorial. Third Wave coffee joints are popping out like wild mushrooms. Equatorial is one of them. The interior is modern meets eclectic. I dig the mismatched tables and chairs. The joint is small and reeks of solace, perfect for studying and some alone time. We got a cup of Piccolo and Green Tea Latte. I am not that keen on latte art but if the barista can make something out of foam, that's brownie points for me. The dude made a swan and a leaf thingy, cool beans! Coincidentally, our first sip happened simultaneously. After we placed the cup down. We blurted out (in unison) "That n&₱%? @ made a shit out of my coffee."That's Louis CK describing his coffee experience. And yes, my affinity with green tea started with Equatorial. I absolutely love my GTL, smooth and creamy. He digs the Piccolo. Smooth and has a strong coffee flavor. And oh, WiFi is crazy fast and they play good music (when i say good, i mean Indie)