Epic Coffee Roastery brings together vintage bikes, antique pieces, good coffee, and great desserts in one warm, laid-back space. The cafe is tiny and is not spatially deserving of the adjective ‘epic’. But to put up a quality and ingredient-conscious coffee shop that speaks clearly about your personalities and passions? Now that’s an epic feat! 🙂
Epic’s interiors are highly engaging. I love the look of these roughly finished materials and how they complement the seating set-up. There are about 2-3 bicycles on the premises, part of the owners’ collection, which I find very interesting.
Sea Salt Caramel Frappuccino- Php160.00
Sea Salt Caramel Frappuccino features coffee blended with caramel-flavored syrup, milk, and ice. It’s then topped with caramel sauce. I love the sweet caramel nuttiness followed by light buttery notes and the barest whisper of coffee. Stirring the caramel sauce, adds a creamy richness and a saltiness that enhances the base flavors to make for an enjoyable, if slightly over-sweet, experience.
Classic Sansrival Cake- Php135.00
The Classic Sansrival Cake has a tight, buttery crumb perfect partner for coffee.
Overall, I had a great time and experience at Epic Coffee Roastery. I’m glad to know that half of Epic’s beans are sourced locally, quality stuff from Bukidnon to Benguet. The baristas has no pulling of shots with drama or flair, and orders are served at table sans not like the hyper-enthusiastic name-calling prevalent at other cafés. I will definitely visit Epic Coffee Roastery again next time I crave for some sweet dessert and excellent coffee.
Epic Coffee Roastery
102 East Capitol Drive
Brgy. Kapitolyo, Pasig City