You may read my previous post here : First Visit as Koffie Pauze Opens Its New Home at 100 Roxas Dormitory for more photos of the coffee shop too.
After a long and blessing-filled Friday that started hours earlier than usual days with a first hour fiesta mass celebration at Shrine, a dinner with my boys along with people we know is a welcome idea.
It is a special day for two reasons, one of which is that it is the 48th Feast of the Shrine of the Holy Infant Jesus of Prague and it is a special day for us my boys too. We ended the day with a dinner at Koffie Pauze in their new home at the 100 Roxas Avenue Dormitory here in Davao City.
Here are some of the dishes at Koffie Pauze that were on the table for dinner…
Their Breaded Broccoli and Tofu with Peanut Butter Sauce is my top fave among the dishes I tasted that were served during dinner.
I am not really into tofu but after tasting this delicious dish at Koffie Pauze am surely going to explore eating dishes seriously that has tofu as meat substitute. This is one healthy and delicious dish noting on the peanut butter sauce’s part in making it more delightful to my taste buds. Now planning to cook this at home. If that does not come out as good as this, then back to the coffee shop we go whenever I will crave for it. It’s one healthy and delicious dish that you should try when you done at Koffie Pauze.
Another dish I wanted to try at the coffee shop was their Chicken Cordon Bleu…
I tasted all except this dish though. It was all gone before I thought of getting even a taste of it. It must have been good. Now that is another reason to come back to Koffie Pauze and taste this dish.
They also have the Chicken Teriyaki…
This teriyaki dish tasted good. My little guy had this for dinner.
They also have Breaded Pork Chop for those of you who like fried and breaded meat dishes.
They do have pasta dishes too for pasta lovers out there.
Their best-seller pasta is their Lasagna ever since they opened in Davao in Palmetto’s Place in Ma-a.
Their carbonara is also a delight to my taste buds. It’s creamy and deeelicious! My little guy liked it too. Well he actually love both their lasagna and carbonara!
Aside from the Lasagna and carbonara, we also enjoyed munching on these nachos as if we were not yet full from all the good food we had for dinner.
If you wanna go for healthier options for a meal, they do serve three kinds of salads.
I love the presentation and taste of these salads.
My personal fave is the Kani Salad as I enjoyed eating it most among the three choices for salad at Koffie Pauze. My hubby liked their Greek Salad most among the three. Well, to each his own. *wink*
Now a coffee shop won’t be a coffee shop without coffee drinks, right? Check out these coffee drinks that Koffie Pauze have for their loyal customers.
Try Jos Koffie Special…
They also have this hot French Vanilla coffee shown below that made me smile when I look at the art they did.
Now, if you want a little fancy frappe drink, try their Choco Cupcake Frappe shown below.
Look at that pretty, cute toppings they have on this frappe. It’s among their non koffee frappe drinks so kids and of course kids-at-heart can enjoy as you bond with your kids and family even with fun friends at Koffie Pauze.
Now this next drink shown in the photo below got the delight of my taste buds and loving it that night.
The Aloha Latte Frappe was my fave drink at Koffie Pauze to cap the night after a long, fun and blessing-filled day of our dear little guy. I really liked the taste of it and enjoyed drinking it!
They also have other drinks such as these Green Apple Lemon soda and Lemon Tea Cooler if you need refreshing drinks for a hot afternoon or even when it is not hot but just enjoying fun times spent with friends or classmates.
They do have cakes and pastries.
This matcha cheesecake caught my fancy. I shall be back to try this sometime. Plus those revel bars I saw on the display shelf too.
Now I mentioned in my first post about this coffee shop that I am going to take a photo of their meeting/function rooms. This is one of those two where we also had our dinner. This can accommodate around 16 people and it is still spacious. There is still more space to squeeze in a few more persons. You may use this room privately for 3 hours for P3,500.
While this room below can accommodate around 13 people.
Their main dining area is usually full during our first two visits.
Their place is bigger, nicer and better! You must visit their new home with your friends and family. You can even have breakfast, lunch, dinner and even midnight snacks in here with them.
Koffie Pauze has a nice loft area above one of the meeting rooms, where it’s nice to hangout with friends and family. It is a fave section now of their customers who love to hang out and chill with their friends.
See my previous post on Koffie Pauze (link posted at the top of the post) to see a short video clip of the loft area.
And… yes! Coffee shops these days need to have this… WIFI! When there are the place is full though it tends to slow down. If you have your own pocket WIFI for back-up, that won’t be a concern. *wink*
Meet these hardworking young ladies behind Koffie Pauze. They are all cousins by the way. Also they are cousins of two of my female grade school to high school classmates.
These young women empowered and inspired to pursue their passion as well as continue this family business. It was nice meeting the cousins of my friends. I wish you all the best and with God’s grace you can make the family business continue to grow more.
Meet the whole staff and crew of Koffie Pauze.
Thank you, Koffie Pauze, for being part of that great Friday as we welcome the weekend!
Visit their new, bigger and better coffee shop at the ground floor of 100 Roxas Dormitory in Roxas Avenue, Davao City.
It is near Ateneo de Davao University in Roxas… about three blocks away. It’s almost across Chicco de Caffe at corner Padre Faura Street near the place where Mang Danny’s ice cream cart is in the Roxas night market place.
They are open from 9AM to 1AM everyday.
Know more about Koffie Pauze from their press release below…