By: Madelaine Durante
MUJI is brewing something bigger and better for Filipino coffee lovers this June as the popular Japanese brand opens the first Cafe&Meal MUJI in the Philippines.
The café will be located inside MUJI in Bonifacio High Street Central Square, which is set to be their biggest Philippine branch with a size of 1,400 square meters. Customers are expected to be served simple food with a menu consisting of “dishes that are cooked as simply as possible to bring out the ingredients’ natural taste.”
“We are excited to announce that after 10 years in BGC, we are moving our store to a much bigger space in Central Square. With a bigger store space, we hope to contribute more to the lives of the BGC community with everyday products and services that support daily life. As a thank you for your continuous support, we will open the first Muji Coffee in the Philippines,” Muji posted on Facebook.
Currently, Cafe&Meal MUJI has branches in Japan, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Singapore. Furnished with MUJI appliances, the café offers cakes, pastries and hot and cold beverages. The menu also includes specialty dishes and set meals, but these may vary per country.
MUJI Coffee will also make use of coffee beans and tea leaves that are certified by an international non-profit organization that advocates for forests, climate change called Rainforest Alliance.
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Photo from MUJI Philippines