As creative beings, we always look forward to a cafe with its own eccentricities – such as a funky theme or geometric style – that we’d want to share on social media. Moreover, vegans and vegetarians rejoice now that more places have plant-based options.
Head over to Odd Cafe in Makati, a cafe with fun geometric decor, a fun color-changing wavy mirror, and food choices for vegans and vegetarians.
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Quickly scanning the room, you’ll immediately see a white space with a mix of vibrant colors across its furniture, minimalist decorations, and greenery.
The geometric setup is what makes the cafe fun and hip. From the decorations to the furniture to the prints on the wall, everything is in a different shape or size. Despite the difference, the cafe still looks put together and pleasing to the eye.
Apart from the geometric aesthetic, the color-changing wavy mirror and neon LED sign next to it are a crowd favorites among previous customers for taking photos.
You can take a photo or two when you visit the cafe and get creative. As the cafe suggests, “odd vibes only”, so just have fun and get groovy.
If you want to try or are a fan of plant-based food and drinks, the cafe serves everything vegan and vegetarian-friendly. Upon ordering, you’re given the option to choose a milk base – oat, almond, or soy – for classic drinks while bottled signature drinks have an oat milk base. You’re welcome to request for an alternative base if it’s an in-house order.
Take a shot at some of their signature drinks such as their Cereal Killer for something sweet or Black Forest if you like cherries and dark chocolate, both priced at P220-P230 (~USD4.04-USD4.22).
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Other than that, they also offer a Matcha Latte (P210-P220, ~USD3.85-USD4.04) and non-coffee and tea beverages such as Oddchata – a classic horchata rice milk drink – and GMT iced tea – a green apple and mint with a green tea base – both for P180 (~USD3.30).
You can even pair your drinks with a Biscoff Donut (P120, ~USD2.20), a fruity Strawberry Lemon Cupcake (P130, ~USD2.38), and other treats offered that are all vegan as well.
Take a chance on Odd Cafe in Makati, where you can try the vegan lifestyle through plant-based drinks to start or end your day with. Let loose and relax at this uniquely structured cafe and let your inner groove come out.
Address: 7th Floor Finman Centre Building 131 Tordesillas, corner Bautista, Salcedo Village, Makati
Opening hours: Mon–Tue 8am–7pm | Wed–Sun 8am–8pm
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