I’m not a coffee addict. Unlike most people who start the day with coffee, I only drink coffee occasionally. My visit to Olivia’s Coffee change the way I look at coffee.
Their menu has six sections: Rice Meals, Rice Toppings, Pasta, Snacks, Frappe, and Hot Drinks.
Rice Meals + Coffee
They have five rice meals: Grilled Liempo (135), Beef Salpicao (145), Beef Stroganoff (155), and Beef Tapsilog (130), and Hawaiian Pork Glaze (135).
Rice Toppings + Coffee
This is the most affordable in their menu. You can order them for as low as 99 pesos! They have Chicken Tocino, Pork Binagoongan, Tapang Taal, Pork BBQ, and Pork Sisig.
Pasta + Coffee
Their pasta meals are really interesting. They have Adobo Pasta (119), Chicken Pastel (125), Garlic Shrimp (129), Creamy Tomato Pasta (120), and Lasagna (150).
You should try their SISIG PIZZA. They also have Three Cheese Pizza (145), CK Mushroom Pizza (184), Seafood Blanca Pizza (185), Puto Bumbong (49), Cake (140), and Cookies (25)
They offer TEN kinds of Frappe for only 115 each. Flavors include Choco, Strawberry, Coffee Jelly, Mocha, Caramel, Popcorn, Macadamia, Hazelnut, Vanilla, and Matcha.
Don’t go here without trying Via’s Coffee. They have Latte, Cappuccino, Mocha, Caramel, Popcorn, Macadamia, Hazelnut, Vanilla and Matcha. If you’re not a coffee drinker, they also have Hot Choco and Turmeric with honey. By the way, they have unlimited brewed coffee!
Their staff not only skilled but also knowledgeable about the different types of coffee preparation. I’m so blessed to attend their workshop about Coffee. I learned the history of coffee, and the process on how to select the right coffee.
Olivia’s Coffee is located at 001 Samonte Rd. Brgy 4119, Amadeo, Cavite, Philippines.
You may contact them using these numbers:
Coffee Shop and Resort: 0916-422-2075 (Look for Ms. Irah)
Coffee Production Tour: 0925-686-6363 (Look for Ms. O)
Facebook: Olivia’s Coffee
I and my friends had a great time learning about coffee. My top picks are: Sisig Pizza, Adobo Pasta, and Puto Bumbong!
If you’re interested to see the coffee production, you should also consider staying at Olivia’s Coffee Estate.