Friday, January 21, 2011

Cafe Veniz

1 Abanao Street
(Harrisson Road)
Baguio City

Cafe Veniz is in the middle of everything in Baguio. It's on the second floor of Veniz Hotel building and right next to Sunshine Supermarket. It's walking distance from the market, from Session Road, from Burnham Park, and from the ukay-ukay places at Bayanihan and those along Abanao. The building has access to the overpass at the feet of Session Road, Harrisson Road and Magsaysay.

Veniz is a dimly lit cafe with a variety of offerings from sub sandwiches, salads, cakes and pastries, different kinds of Cordillera coffee, pasta and a whole lot more.

Before evening comes, they turn off most of the lights and put candles on each table. It's supposed to be romantic but i don't really like the idea because i go there mostly to have some work done if not to wait for someone. It's a good 'tambay' place because they have free wifi and they allow me to plug in my laptop at no extra charge. The rest room at the Hotel lobby downstairs is also clean and spacious.

I go back there often just to have some coffee and apple pie. Their potato salad tastes a bit like that of my other favorite, Pancake House. They have good quesadillas.

Their pastries, cakes, as well as other items in their menu are very affordable. My hubby particularly likes their choco mousse cake. They have bottomless coffee too. If I remember correctly, brewed coffee costs as low as P35. They also have daily a lunch special, which is a budget meal complete with drinks and dessert. Normally, I opt for the lunch special and never had I encountered something in the meal that i didn't like.

So, to sum up, Cafe Veniz is a very convenient place to dine in or have coffee after a tiring morning buying stuff from the market, or after ukay-ukay shopping, or simply just for waiting.

1 comment:

  1. I love their strawberry coffee and the cathedral jello. :)