Aivee Café in BGC Offers Savory and Healthy Meals
People often equate eating healthy as tasteless and boring, but the Aivee Café is determined to change this misconception.
Aivee Café provides solace for those looking for healthy and delicious meals / IMAGE Aivee Café Facebook
The Aivee Café is under the management of the Aivee Group, most known for their contribution to the beauty and health community in the country. The group currently has several clinics around Metro Manila offering quality beauty and wellness services.
The café’s aesthetically-pleasing interior is perfect for photo opportunities
Nestled in the bustling Bonifacio Global City, the Aivee Group café offers nutritious meals without sacrificing flavor and taste.
The Aivee Café’s Power Smoothies are worth talking about. With four blends to choose from, there is always something that fits one’s diet. Out of the four, Beet Me Alive (Php 270) and Kaler (Php 270) are the most popular among visitors.
Beet Me Alive is made with beetroot, grapes, banana, and almond milk, a blend that is not only nutritious but is also lactose-free. Kaler, on the other hand, is made with pineapple, banana, almond milk, and dino kale, which contains the same nutrition as a regular kale but has a sweeter taste.
Beet Me Alive Power Smoothie (Php 270)
Aside from healthy drinks, the café also offers a selection of meals and snacks including sandwiches and pasta. Their Bistro Shrimp Scampi (Php 430) is made with al dente pasta, black olives, sundried tomatoes, topped with scampi shrimps.
Bistro Shrimp Scampi (Php 430)
Who says desserts mess up with the diet? Have the chance to enjoy that delicious chocolate cake without having to feel guilty with Aivee Café’s Gluten-free Chocolate Cake (Php 250).
Gluten-free Chocolate Cake (Php 250)
Next time you crave for something healthy, don’t hesitate to give Aivee Café a shot! Both your body and tongue will thank you for that balanced yet delicious meal!
For more information and inquiries, you may follow Aivee Café on their Facebook page or call them at 0917-110-3447.
This also appears on Philippine Primer Japanese magazine November 2018 issue.