Cafe Agusta Menu

Cafe Agusta Philippines – Since most cafés were packed on weekends and Antipolo is one of the closest provinces outside of Metro Manila, you and many others had an easy decision to make.

The view of the Metro Manila skyline that restaurants in Antipolo typically offer is one of their main draws.

For many of us metro residents, the city is filled with smog, traffic, and worry. It looks amazing from a distance, especially after sunset when it is bathed in color and lights. This place, it’s the kind of sight that gives you solace and a purpose for all the difficult jobs you perform.

Café Agusta adds a delectable taste of coffee to the overlooking view of the Metro Manila skyline, living up to its motto of “Changing your view with coffee.” It offers pastries, hot and cold beverages, teas, frappes, pasta, and coffee.

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Full Review

This is the full review of Cafe Agusta Philippines:

1. The Place

The Place
The Place of Cafe Agusta, Photo via Instagram: @cafeagusta_piccolo

You were able to stop into Cafe Agusta Philippines for a quick lunch. The Cafe Agusta has a lot of room. The majority of visitors chose the air-conditioned indoor cafe area.

Despite the cafe’s enticing comfort and coolness, you went with their decision and opted for the indoor al fresco space. Additionally, there is a pub with a patio that is air-conditioned.

Particularly the outdoor space, which was now feeling the full force of the afternoon light. Antipolo, which was still lush and green, is visible from the cafe.

2. The Ambience

The Ambience
The Ambience of Cafe Agusta, Photo via Instagram: @shaza.sanchez

With its dining space overlooking the skyline of Metro Manila, Cafe Agusta stands apart from all the outdoor cafés in and around the Metro.

To witness the sky’s stunning hues against the city’s silhouette at sunset, we strongly recommend stopping by. It’s undoubtedly a moment fit for Instagram!

To the best of our knowledge, they only take walk-ins on a first-come, first-served basis. Visitors must wear face shields and masks and adhere to safety rules.

Be aware that anyone under the age of 15 or older than 65 is not permitted inside the building.

3. The Ideal Time to Visit

cafe agusta boracay
The Ideal Time to Visit, Photo via IKOT.PH

If you intend to visit the café in the afternoon or evening, you might want to think about making a Happy Hour order from their bar menu. On the drink menu, you can find beer, whiskey, gin, tequila, whiskey, rum, brandy, wine, and cocktails.

You can enjoy their appetizers with the beverage of your choice before moving on to a filling meal.

Cafe Agusta serves meaty dishes and pasta bowls (they have Baby Back Ribs that only cost P300). If you go to the café in the morning, they also serve traditional Filipino breakfast dishes. There are SPAM, tapas, and tocino dinners.

4. The Menu

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The Menu in Cafe Agusta, Photo via Zomato

Espresso, Cafe Americano, Cafe Macchiato, Cappuccino, and Cafe Latte are just a few of the classic coffee drinks available at Cafe Agusta.

In addition, they provide non-coffee drinks including the Cotton Candy shake, Raspberry Iced Tea, Hot Chocolate, and Agusta Coolers in the flavors of Blue Ocean, Cuban Mint, Strawberry, Passion Fruit, Raspberry, and Green Apple.

Since the eatery sensibly does not take reservations, walk-in guests may have to wait before being admitted to the sunset viewing terrace at roughly 5.30 p.m.

5. The Food

the bar by cafe agusta
The Food at Cafe Agusta, Photo via Zomato

Here is a sample of the top menu at Cafe Agusta Philippines, which delivers hearty comfort meals that guests can savor while admiring the scenery:

Crunchy Panini Chicken is a cheese- and restaurant-special sauce-laden chicken fillet that has been cooked to perfection.

Griddle-Grilled Chicken with Creamy Pesto served with juicy pieces of grilled chicken and al dente noodles in a delicious pesto sauce.

Vongole-style pasta, olive oil and pepper flakes are added to al dente noodles that have been combined with Manila clams, garlic, and parsley.

Blueberry Cheesecake, and then you can end your lunch with this sweet delicacy to demonstrate that there is always room for dessert.

Following that, there will be Ice Blended Mochas and Raspberry and Cuban Mint Agusta Coolers.

Another great restaurant that you must visit is Burrow Cafe Philippines.

Amenities

  • Beer Desserts And Bake
  • Outdoor Seating
  • Indoor Seating
  • City View
  • Rooftop
  • Home Delivery
  • Takeaway
  • Available Wifi
  • Street parking

Cafe Agusta Location

Address: Grand Heights Road, Antipolo, 1870 Lalawigan ng Rizal
Contact Number: 0917 148 1767
Cafe Agusta Opening Hours: It is open Mondays to Sundays, 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.

If you are looking at other restaurants, may check out Cafe by The Ruins Menu Philippines also.

Cafe Agusta Menu Price List

Here is a list of Cafe Agusta Philippines food and drinks rates:

1. Appetizer

MenuPrice
Nacho₱220.00

2. Main

MenuPrice
Baby Back Ribs₱260.00
Osso Buco₱250.00
Adobo Flakes₱200.00
Spicy Chicken Quarter₱200.00
Pan Fried Chicken, Sides: Rice Pilaf, Mashed Potato, Potato Pie₱200.00

3. Pasta

MenuPrice
Carbonara Blanca₱190.00
Meatball Ala Cafe Augusta₱180.00
Chicken Pesto₱180.00

4. Pastries

MenuPrice
Blueberry Cheesecake₱155.00
Honey Crunch₱130.00
Choco Ecstacy₱135.00
Chocolate Mousse₱135.00
Muffin₱90.00

5. Espresso

MenuSingleMedium/ Double
Cafe Americano₱100.00₱110.00
Cappuccino₱120.00₱140.00
Latte₱120.00₱140.00
Mocha₱140.00₱150.00
Caramel Macchiato₱140.00₱150.00
Espresso₱80.00₱100.00

6. Ice Blended – Coffee Base

MenuSingleMedium
Java Chip₱155.00₱165.00
Mocha₱140.00₱150.00

7. Ice Blended – Non-Coffee

MenuSingleMedium
Choco Chip₱145.00₱155.00
Strawberry₱145.00₱155.00
Cotton Candy₱145.00₱155.00
Cookies and Cream₱140.00₱150.00

8. Other Drinks

MenuPrice
Soda₱50.00
Sola (Lemon, Raspberry)₱60.00
San Mig Light₱80.00
Mocktail₱150.00
Cocktail₱180.00
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Bara Mukti

I’ve been a travel blogger for about 5 years focusing on writing travel content about the Philippines and some Southeast Asian countries.