Maestro Fedeli Cafe… One good find…
“We were born to be real, not to be perfect.”
There are moments when you do not know where to go to because you’re trying real hard to escape from the realities of life.
And there are moments when someone will bring you to that place for you to temporarily forget and leave what we do not appreciate that much that is all there in this so called thing “reality”.
Thanks to the father of my son who sometimes understands where I’m coming from and will do things to make me happy without asking anything in return.
Originally, he boasted of this “tapahan” (steak house) near our place. He called it “To die for”. So we went there. But as I gazed around the other establishments within the neighboring streets, just across the street, is an inviting cozy cafe.
So instead of having “tapas” (steaks). We had coffee and some pastries. There are a few tiramisus, no not the cake, the “pick me – up” ready to eat prepared pasta of some sort, with chicken on it, and since I’m under medication for my allergies to chicken, that one is taken out from the list, and then, pesto. Personally, I’m a red sauce lover. So we ended up having just pastries and coffee.
The theme, is a country-side like feel, the usual trend in the Philippines of creating a homey interior, with knick knacks here and there, inspirational quotes that will at times create an impact on your life, some calligraphys, some funny quotes, and souvenir items too.
Framed menus is a good idea too. It’s very appealing. =) And honestly, the majority liked the vibes. Some would make it rustic, some shabby chic, some eclectic. I think this one falls under the third one – eclectic. Mix and match of modern and vintage items that fits together.
What we’ve had is of course, coffee. We got the caramel flavor and frap.
And I had a classic white chocolate cookie, cookies and cream flavor and surprisingly chewy.
We also had their best seller, red velvet cookie sandwich or better known as “chipwhich”. Which is soft and chewy too.
Honestly, I like their pastries. Old school cookies, in common flavors that are usually ordered by so many and yet, they made it stand-out and very different from the other usual cookies around by the uniqueness of their version.
The place had been standing there for almost 2 years, and it was a good thing that we spotted it.
We are bringing my son and our adopted daughter (my son’s BFF who is a coffeeholic too) on our second visit. It was such a good find! Just a 15 minute ride from home. =)
Maestro Fedeli Cafe is located at:
7th Street, Pacita Avenue, Pacita Complex 1, San Pedro, Laguna. And can be contacted at: 887-1933.