Moon Café

Moon cafe

Moon Café

Ever since the pandemic began, a lot of coffee shops and cafés that began appearing both in and out of the metro — all of them aesthetic or has some kind of a novelty being offered. And because Ykaie is now drinking coffee and is interested in these coffee shops, we started visiting some that piqued our interest. One of them is Moon Café, a korean-inspired café in Angeles Pampanga. We went here after eating at Aling Lucing’s.


Moon Café

This coffee shop  has a clean and minimalist design as most korean-inspired cafe has. They offer sandwiches, pasta, cookies, bars, and cheesecake. Since we were there for coffee and dessert, we didn’t get a chance to try their pasta. What I love most about this café is that they also offer decaf coffee for an additional payment of P15 and almond milk for an additional payment of P30. As you all know, I can only drink decaf because of hyper acidity and most of the coffee shops we’ve been too didn’t have decaf. Almond milk is a plus too, I usually have soy milk pero kung wala, nonfat milk is also okay but almond milk is better.

Moon Café

We really had a great time at Moon Café…

Moon Café is located at Unit 107 Omnistellar Building, Fil-Am Friendship Highway, 2009 Angeles City, Pampanga

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10 Responses

  1. I do love your family’s love for good places! And of course nice dishes that suits our tummy and heart!

    1. Wooow beautiful place perfect for family date. super nakakatanggal Ng stress maging sa mga food tlga nmn ma enjoy love it perfect recommend for hubby’s date and family occasion

  2. Ang saya Ng family bonding ma Lalo na pag nagkakape. Nakakatuwa at naenjoy nyo po ang pag visit sa moon cafe medyo malapit po kmi Jan.

  3. Grabi ang ganda naman ng cafe na yan ma talaga namang perfect puntahan ng buong pamilya at talaga yung coffee at foods nila pasok sa banga ang sarap ???

  4. Your family is so beautiful! I’m half Filipino on my Dad’s side, and he grew up in Hawaii so he never got to share much Filipino culture with us…lumpiang was the only Filipino food he cooked LOL. Just found your blog & very excited to try out some of these recipes! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  5. I do love your family’s love for good places! And of course nice dishes that suits our tummy and heart! thanks for sharing such an amazing article.

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I'm a foodie mommy living in the Philippines. I'm a mom to two daughters named PURPLE SKYE and PERIWINKLE MOONE and wife to a loving husband I fondly call peanutbutter♥. I am a foodie by heart, a coffee lover and a froyo and yogurt junkie. Learn more →






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