This Al-Fresco Café at Alabang Town Center Is All Sorts of Aesthetic


Going around the mall for some good ol' retail-therapy action is always fun; before you know it, you've walked four digits' worth of steps and now are looking to refuel. Coffee and carbs do wonders, folks—especially when it's in an easy-breezy setting that offers plenty of eye candy to boot. Happen to be in Alabang Town Center? Consider hitting the pause button on your shopping trip and chill out with caffeinated sips, baked treats, and more at Marks & Spencer's ongoing pop-up food spot.

Marks & Spencer pop-up cafe in alabang town center, closeup interiorsHere's an #aesthetic spot at Alabang Town Center where you can chill out with pastries and coffee. PHOTO BY Marks & Spencer

Take a look at the pop-up outdoor café of Marks & Spencer at Alabang Town Center:

You'll find Marks & Spencer's pop-up café on the ground level of Alabang Town Center's Town Plaza area. With details like white wooden lattice structures and greenery, it channels the ambiance of garden cafés in the U.K.; bring out those smartphones and snap away. Also present as part of the pop-up is a five-foot Kindness Tree where you can leave positive messages—something we could all give and receive more of—in the form of what's called Kindness Leaves.


Marks & Spencer pop-up cafe in alabang town center, interiors PHOTO BY Marks & Spencer Marks & Spencer pop-up cafe in alabang town center, outside The pop-up café takes inspiration from the garden cafés of the U.K. PHOTO BY Marks & Spencer


Part and parcel of the experience, of course, is ordering from Marks & Spencer's line of beverages—which include cups of joe like the Cappuccino (P120/small, P135/medium), Iced Vanilla Latte (P150/12 ounces), and Frappamocha (P175/12 ounces), as well as tea drinks like the English Breakfast (P85/12 ounces) and Earl Grey Iced Tea (P100/12 ounces). Don't forget to pair your bev of choice with their pastries, which include the Triple Chocolate Cookie (P75) and All Butter Croissant (P125).

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Marks & Spencer pop-up cafe in alabang town center, biscuits and coffee Refuel after a long day of walking around the mall with coffee and pastries by Marks & Spencer. PHOTO BY Marks & Spencer Marks & Spencer pop-up cafe in alabang town center, iced tea They've got tea drinks, too! PHOTO BY Marks & Spencer Marks & Spencer pop-up cafe in alabang town center, pastries Just some of the breads and pastries on offer are cookies, croissants... PHOTO BY Marks & Spencer Marks & Spencer pop-up cafe in alabang town center, cinnamon rolls ...And other classic bakes. PHOTO BY Marks & Spencer


The Marks & Spencer pop-up café is at G/F Town Plaza, Alabang Town Center, Muntinlupa City. For more information, check out Marks & Spencer's Facebook page.

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