Best Coffee Shops In Manila

The 7 Best Coffee Shops In Manila

When it comes to getting a really good coffee in Manila there are so many options that it can be hard to know where to start.

We’ve put our team to work finding the very best coffees the city has to offer and narrowed it down to the 7 best coffees in Manila. Just make sure not to drink them all in one day!

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1. Tilde Hand Craft Café

Carefully-designed for comfort and relaxation, Tilde is an ideal space for business meetings. Throw in some gorgeous sweet treats and wonderful coffee and this place is just perfection.

Tilde Hand Craft Café in Manila

2. Jiro Coffee Studio

From the moment you walk in here, everything screams of passion for coffee. Their staff are super attentive to detail and the drinks are spectacular.

Jiro Coffee Studio

3. Starbucks Reserve at S Maison

A new wave of super high end Starbucks stores that are being rolled out globally. Even the coffee purists will be happy in here.

Starbucks Reserve at S Maison

4. Yardstick

You won’t find people more passionate about coffee and improving the whole coffee scene in the city than the folks in Yardstick. There’s some wonderful treats too, like their famous doughnuts.

Yardstick Coffee in Manila

5. Habitual

Coffee is a passion here and their baristas are absolutely top notch. Habitual have won multiple awards and it’s not hard to see why.

Coffee Manila

6. Ella and the Blackbird

From the first moment you walk into this Quezon City joint you’ll fall in love with the whole experience. Their iced coffees are a thing of beauty.

Ella and the Blackbird Cafe

7. Blocleaf Café Malate

A wonderfully bright yet still cosy neighbourhood café in the heart of Malate serving sunny cups of Filipino specialty coffee.

Blocleaf Café Malate in Manila

Sarah Clayton-Lea

Co-founder of Big 7 Travel, Sarah created the company through her passion for championing the world's best food and travel experiences. Before her career in digital media, where she previously held roles such as Editor of Food&Wine Ireland, Sarah worked in the hospitality industry in Dublin and New York.

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