Uke Box Caffe
One step inside Uke Box Caffe and you're immediately transported to the beachside. We kid you not.
Escape from the city jungles at this relaxing beach-themed haven with beanbags, wooden bunks and tables. Not to mention a mock window view overlooking the beach. Locally made ukeleles of all shapes and sizes adorn the walls as sweet ukelele jams can be heard on repeat (fun fact: they are actual recordings of their in-house artists!).
Take a seat, pick a ulelele and a friend to jam with. Enjoy their local collection of brewed coffee; take your pick from single-origin coffee beans from places such as Sagada and Mt. Kitanglad to name a few. Delicious assortment of pastries and sandwiches are also available as well for your liking.
Uke Box Caffe
2/F Village Center
E. Rodriguez Jr. Avenue
Libis, Quezon City
(02) 374 7467
You walk in and are immediately transported beachside.
The cafe, set up by three friends from Baguio, is an immediate breath of fresh air from the high-traffic, high-stress situation just outside its doors. You walk in and are immediately transported beachside.Chinggay Librador
Uke Box Caffé's unique setting and #yummiez food options make it a great place to head out to. Check it out soon!
For pasta, I recommend the Carbonara. Though the serving size is a bit smaller, it tasted perfect. They know how to do it really well. Uke Box Caffé's unique setting and #yummiez food options make it a great place to head out to. Check it out soon!Emiliana Sison
This cafe is perfect for music and coffee enthusiasts and offers all the kitchy goodness you can handle, and you won't need to listen to a bit of whining while you wait!
Uke Box Caffe reminds us that eating out doesn't have to be an average experience. This cafe is perfect for music and coffee enthusiasts and offers all the kitchy goodness you can handle, and you won't need to listen to a bit of whining while you wait! The Ukes, the beach-inspired wallpapers, the bunk beds, the coffee, the music playing--everything and the whole experience made me feel like I wasn't in a busy city.Mickey