Iloilo City: Comma Cafe

Weeks ago, I have seen photos and heard about this new hangout, Comma Cafe, in front of JBLFMU, Molo. The perfect time to go there came when my friends and I decided to meet one rainy afternoon.

Despite the rain, the place was jam-packed with young professionals and college students. As my Korean friends would say, it was certainly “Korean style”. I could also tell as one of my former students way back who is taking Culinary Arts let me look at pictures of cafes and restaurants in South Korea.

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ImageThe interiors give out a very positive and cheerful vibe.

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As you can see, they also have a post-it wall that we can find in almost all tea cafes. Did you know that it’s also Korean style?
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Korean merchandise for sale!

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The cute stuffed toys at the counter which you can bring to your table. Spot the shy waiters too!

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The Menu
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Rainy Days Promo
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Their Ramen – not too spicy for them Koreans but super spicy for them Pinoys.
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My cheese dog. It’s not your ordinary cheese dog. That brown thing wrapped around the hotdog is cheese!
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Teas and smoothies
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The twins Jihoon and Jiho with Vida and Nong Jude.
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Our newfound friend!

ImageHappy people in a happy place. We had some good belly laughs!

I can’t wait to be back to try their waffles and slushes! πŸ™‚

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