Living up to the town’s reputation, Art Capital Cafe, is a cozy little cafe right beside a Caltex station in Angono. It serves up more than the usual brews but also showcases inspiring art pieces from up and coming artist. Art Capital Cafe was the last stop in our tour of Angono sites and eats. May we have saved the best for last?
Angono loves their frappes. They have lots of them here and Art Capital Cafe doesn’t have a shortage of coffee and non-coffee based frappe. Among the ones served, the Butter Beer, Mocha Mint and Salted Caramel Mocha gave a lasting sweet sensation on the coffee based frappes. The Milo Nitro and Blue Dragon were my favorites on the non-coffee based Frappes. All Frappes are priced only at Php 100.
Art Capital Cafe also has other tasteful offerings in their menu. Angono wouldn’t be complete without the Buffalo Wings (Php125) and they have two flavors, the parmesan and spice. I like that their versions is not saucy and doesn’t mess up would hands. The parmesan was a personal favorite, cheesy, tad salty and a little crunch.
The Cheeseburger Shots (Php 100) with potato wedges on the side is cute but big on flavor. Add another Php 10 for the bacon. The Potato Wedges are also good you can order ala cart for Php 110.
There were other offerings good for group sharing. The Clubhouse sandwich (Php 115) and multi-colored Nachos (Php 95) overwhelmed by a mound of grated cheese are of amazing value and doesn’t scrimp on the ingredients and flavors.
The Art Capital Cafe Brew
I enjoyed most of Art Capital Cafe offerings. The ambiance is very intimate and artistic, the price and food is highly satisfactory. We ended with a cup of Kape Amerikano (Php 70) which is simply aromatic with a pleasant roundness of flavor that lingers. You just have to visit it when in Angono. Who knows, it might stir up your creative vibe.
Art Capital Cafe
M.L. Quezon Avenue, Brgy. San Isidro, Angono, Rizal
Opening Hours: Monday 4:00 PM – 10:00 PM; Tuesday to Thursday 12:00 PM – 10:00 PM; Friday to Sunday 12 PM – 12 MN.