A wall filled with murals on a café gives you an idea about the guests the shop wants to attract. The Sprockets Café aims to become a creative hub for artists, writers, photographers and young people who want to have a place of their own. The owners envision making the café a venue for young people to chill out and unwind after a busy day at the office. The ambience at the café demonstrates this vision as it gives guests a place where they can relax and let their hair down.
The Sprockets Café currently has two branches: the Baseline Residences branch and Talamban branch across USC –TC. The café offers a good variety of food and drinks for its guests. Aside from the usual café fare of coffee and milk tea, Sprockets Café also has a number of delectable appetizers on its menu.
In addition, the café also offers items that are not normally offered in a regular coffee shop, including quesadillas and spaghetti chorizo. Rice meals are also available for guests looking to satisfy their hungry stomachs. The rice meals available at the Sprockets Café include a 2-piece chicken with rice, fish fingers with rice and Buffalo wings with rice.
The Sprockets Café is just one of the uniquely-themed coffee shops that have sprouted around the city in recent years. The food, drinks, and overall ambience of the place definitely brings it closer to its vision of encouraging creativity among its guests. Have you been to the Sprockets Café already? Tell us about it on the comments section below.
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