White Camp Coffee and Kitchen in QC: Specialty Coffees and Asian Inspired Comfort Food
When life seems to be fast-paced, it’s nice to find a place for some midday downtime or an after-dinner snack.
While it sounds so impossible to find one in Quezon City as it’s often associated with prime spots such as Tomas Morato and Timog Avenue, the other side of town hides a gem called White Camp Coffee and Kitchen.
The cafe and kitchen by heart is an unintimidating space of whites accented with wood interiors and floor-to-ceiling walls, giving a bright and modern Scandinavian design.
Inside, you’ll be greeted with tall tables overlooking the street and the bar where the magic of brewing happens.
At White Camp, they use traceable beans to further bring out the taste of the coffee. Aside from their house coffee sourced from Brazil, they also have beans from as far as Columbia and Ethiopia.
Flat White (Php 140)
Aside from being a cafe, White Camp also has a dining spot and a little couch area perfect for casual diners or hangout nights.
They serve Asian comfort food like the Cheesy Wonton (Php 165), a Chinese appetizer injected with mozzarella and cheddar inside, fried and drizzled with truffle honey sauce.
Cheesy Wonton (Php 165)
For a more filling meal, they also have the Korean Fried Chicken (Php 279) coated in rich soy garlic glaze or the Miso Carbonara (Php 255), which is their version of carbonara but is infused with miso—something to satisfy both your Western and Eastern cravings.
Korean Fried Chicken (Php 279)
Miso Carbonara (Php 255)
Finish off a heartwarming meal with their Bubble Waffle (Php 190), a generous serving of chocolate waffles served with vanilla ice cream on the side.
Bubble Waffle (Php 190)
Make every experience an adventure through specialty coffees paired with Asian comfort food at White Camp Coffee and Kitchen!
How to get here
- By car: From Quezon Memorial Circle, head onto Quezon Avenue, make a u-turn and then turn right to Sgt. Esguerra. White Camp is on the left side.
- By public transportation: From MRT Quezon Ave., you can hail a tricycle going to White Camp. The special fare is usually Php 30.
This first appeared in Philippine Primer’s Japanese and English Magazine September 2019 issue.
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