St. Louie's Park Cafe : A London Inspired Cafe in Quezon City Serving Tasty Sandwiches, Pastas and Pastries

St. Louie's Park Cafe is a London inspired cafe in Quezon City that serves tasty sandwiches, pastas and pastries. St. Louie's Park also has a catering service and kiosks located in World Trade Center and Mercato Exhibits.

Located at the top of the church center of "Jesus Christ : to God be the glory" in 170 Calamba St. corner Don Pepe St., Quezon City, this cafe is a secret haven for church members, their friends, and residents who live near the area.


A Brief History of St. Louie's Park

St. Louie's Park (SLP)was conceptualized by businesswoman sisters Leslie and Weily in the first quarter of 2009, but decided to embrace the "course that life takes" and went their separate ways. Leslie went to London while Weily pursued her passion for food and made a career out of it after finishing her culinary course. The siblings were then reunited in the Philippines upon their father's request. A dream evolved in putting up a cafe with the ambiance and culture of London cafe's when there was a religious project of putting up a Church Center. With the siblings' joint passion, sentiments and expertise, their dream became a reality on January 12, 2011.

THE BESTSELLERS

The Manna (Php 70) is considered to be a favorite among the sandwiches. No doubt, almost everyone liked it because of its livery taste and the complimenting saltiness of the salted egg.
 
The SLP Pasta (Php 120) is the one to order among the pastas because it is their signature Euro-Asian pasta dish and also a favorite among the patrons. The main reason this pasta dish became a favorite because it is only served in their cafe.

MORE FOOD


The SLP French Toast (Php 120) is a complete meal already. It looks thin, but actually it is very loaded with slices of ham and cheese.


The Red Sea (Php 120) was named after the iconic body of water mentioned in the Bible from the Book of Moses. It looks spaghetti-ish with the red sauce, but actually it is a different pasta dish that is bursting with flavors.

The Tuna Pesto (Php 120) could have been better (for my preference) with more pesto sauce in it, but all-in-all it was a good dish.

The Fish and Chips (Php 120) was way different from what I have tasted before. The sweet sauce have given the fish a more enjoyable taste.


The Quiche (Php 65) was a delightful surprise to me. The thin flaky pastry puff perfectly conceals the soft tasty center.

CAKES FOR DESSERTS

The cakes from St. Louie's Park Cafe are specially made and provided by a pastry chef who happens to be a member of the church.


The Blueberry Cheesecake (Php 80) was as perfect as I imagined it to be, but it could have been better if there were more blueberries on top (just my preference). Nonetheless, the tangy taste of the blueberry and the cream cheese perfectly balanced the sweetness of the cake.


The Chocolate Cake (Php 65) was really good (brings back good memories), and to be honest, it wasn't until today that I have tasted a chocolate cake this good (again) ever since our family migrated here in Quezon City.

ANOTHER DESSERT


The Bico and Gomorrah (Php 70) definitely caught my attention with its plating. The "bico" was not too sweet which was really good, and it compliments really well with the "vanilla ice cream" and "chocolate syrup".

THE DRINKS

On the left side, The Berry Passion (left) and the Cookies and Cream (right), both worth Php 100 only, are the ones to order if you want to chill out in the cafe after a busy day at work or in school. There are also a variety of other drinks that you can order with all the delectable dishes in the menu. Definitely, you will find one for your liking. A cup of brewed coffee is also available, either mild or strong, to help you get that dose of caffeine to do that extra work after school or office.


Behind the success and increasing popularity of SLP, it is a non-profit organization where proceeds are used to finance the Church's outreach projects in improving and saving lives through Project G-CCOTE.



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2 comments:

  1. Manna? I wanna try it!

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