Liveblogging at Biksa Coffee.
- Almond Caramel Mocha (139)
- Tinyland Mudcake (139)
- Iced Choco Unleashed (125/139)
- Pasta ala Biska (189)
- Pizza ala Biska (125)
- Spagetti bolognese (169)
- Strawberry cheesecake (115)
- Their frappes has a strong coffee taste.
- Thier pizza is quite thin – and expensive.
- The biska pasta was like carbonara but instead of bacon or fish, it’s sprinkled with longanisa.
- The Spag is full of pork giniling.
- Strawberry cheesecake – overflowing with strawberry toppings.. the cheese was not that exciting.
- Free Fast open Wi-fi (GREAT!).
I was so excited to dine here at Biksa coz a lot of people have been recommending this place. However, The only thing that makes me smile here are the following:
- Fast and Free wi-fi
- The nice service that they give
- and their furnitures and fixtures which Aileen fell in love with when she went there.
Aside from that, you’ll hear the words “ordinary” and “expensive” from me.
Pasta ala Biska was ordinary. Nothing distinct or nothing that would make you order it again. Put some more flavor in it and lessen the “sauce”. The price of 189.00 is expensive. The spag was even cheaper than this one.
At least the Spag bolognese had a lot of “ingredients”. Make the sauce more enticing. I just know the word but i don’t know what you’ll put there to make that happen. The price is ok.
The pizza. Looks good on the menu but was on the verge of being a soda cracker with bits of toppings. I was really dissapointed about the Biksa Pizza. Although we were already warned that its only good for one person I didn’t think that it would be like this. Tomato paste with onions and longanisa for P125? If it was cheaper, then maybe it would be ok. Maybe you could bring it down to 55.00 or 65.00.
I didn’t try their coffe. But i think that’s their best seller (well that’s why they’re called Biksa Coffee right?). Next time i’ll try it. They also have sandwiches.
Oh, the ambiance would surely knock out competitors.
You can check out their website with their online menu here.