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Chakra Café

Chakra Café offers healthy and delightfully delicious dishes that are great for the body and soul, each one meant to feed specific ‘chakras’ in order to foster personal and spiritual growth. Raved-about by health buffs, bloggers, and foodies alike, savor a menu from all over the world with recipes specially prepared with fresh ingredients and hands that care.

Where else can you find food to sate your tummy and soul? Pay a visit to Chakra Café (either at their BGC or Quezon City branch) and discover a world of healthy eats you’ll definitely be back for.

Contact Info

Chakra Café

BGC
600A, 6/Fl
20th Drive Corporate Center
20th Drive, McKinley Business Park
Fort Bonifacio, Taguig
(02) 808 2984
(0917) 636 2800
manila@thirdeyeonline.com

Redemption Hours:
Mondays-Saturdays: 9AM-9PM
Sundays: 9:30AM-6:30PM

It was hearty comfort food vegan- style

Offering all sorts of vegetarian and vegan fare from Greek salads with tofu feta, to pumpkin soups, heartier mushroom burger paninis, and pastas, I decided on the Korean bowl. Essentially it was kimchi fried rice accompanied by two skewers of fried tofu and zucchini. It was hearty comfort food vegan- style.

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Julia Arielsniegowski

Super refreshing lemon mint cooler and tummy filling and yummy mushroom burger panini!

Super refreshing lemon mint cooler and tummy filling and yummy mushroom burger panini!

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Marcia Linao

made me sit up and wonder how this simple wrapped pita bread with rice and refried beans almost had the same flavor as a regular beef burrito

But my favorite so far is their Bean Burrito. Though, I only got a small portion, it still made me sit up and wonder how this simple wrapped pita bread with rice and refried beans almost had the same flavor as a regular beef burrito. And I know my burrito because I love eating them, wrapped pita with rice, meat and veggies. What’s good about this Bean Burrito is that since it was made mostly with veggie ingredients, I felt lighter after compared to eating the usual rice and meat studded burrito.

The Pinay Foodie
May Navarro