Zoo Coffee formally launched its first ever branch in Makati, the business capital of Metro Manila. Just outside this branch, patrons are greeted at its entrance by a life-sized giraffe and a virtual zoo inside at Alphaland Makati Place Ayala Extension in Malugay St., across The Columns Residences. Open from 7am to 11:30 pm, Zoo Coffee was originally from Taeyoung F & B of Korea and to date has advanced to branch out in seven other countries aside from Korea namely: China, United Arab Emirates, Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore, Indonesia and now the Philippines.
It boasts of a unique interior concept with landscaping, wall painting and life-sized stuffed toys of “Wild Republic”, a world renowned brand of animal shaped figures which use non-toxic materials and sustainable resources.
A zoo is a source of joy for everyone, young and old as it encourages us to interact with each other and with the animals and nature in them. That is why being situated at the heart of the corporate jungle of Makati, it is the perfect venue to do business or to relax and unwind with colleagues, family and friends of all ages.
Selfie-worthy are its interiors as well as its colorful gustatory delights. Zoo Coffee’s best offerings are their Dutch coffee, specialty coffee, non-caffeinated beverages, teas, drinks for the Korean palate (I’m Korean menu), smoothies with yogurt and grind fruit (combination of health and flavor), Frappe (sweetness enjoyed with the eyes), Waffle (kneaded with flour and eggs and matured at the store), Honey Bread (bread crisp outside and soft inside, baked with a lot of honey butter and made every morning at the store), sandwiches (with a lot of fresh ingredients in bland-flavored Panini), Brunch Sets and Pastas.
Certified for ISO 9001 by Korean Standards Association, their quality green beans selected from all beans of the world which are kept fresh through the import supply chain by Q-graders, ensure the best coffee taste. They are prepared with optimized mixing ratio to provide deep and rich coffee taste.
The key staff at the branch have been trained at the Zoo Coffee Academy. Here, they were trained in theory and practice by veteran European baristas and experienced hands-on training at directly-operated stores.
One could feel nature not just in the decors at the coffee shop but also in its fresh and excellent quality ingredients.
Zoo Coffee will open its second branch within the year in another urban center, Bonifacio Global City at the Fort.
To know more about Zoo Coffee, visit Zoo Coffee Philippines on Facebook.