Tipsy Beans : Redefying Your Coffee and Dining Experience

Domingo M. Guevara street ( formerly called Libertad), Highway Hills ,  Mandaluyong City , Philippines

We are quite fortunate to get invited by a foodie and coffee expert to a coffee shop review . We were greeted by Mr. Stephen Alvin Gueco ( co-owner ) of the shop . The current coffee shop started its operation in July 2013 and their kiosk style take-out corner in Makati opened its door on November 2013 .

tarpaulin poster

 Tipsy beans – Perx Club showcasing their loyalty promo and freebies

The store can accommodate 20 to 25 customers at any given time, however there are some instances that reservations are made by some clientele which wanted their event to be private – They can expand the capacity between 30 to 35 .

inspirational messages and love chains

Unlike other coffee shops it had a quaint home effect , It had several areas in which they allow customers to write and express their thoughts in their message board made from Manila paper, Another portion had love chains where several dozens of chains  are hung . These locks can be purchased at Php 45 at the store.

Mr. Stephen Alvin Gueco

Mr. Stephen Alvin Gueco  is the co-owner of the coffee shop together with his brother Mr. Patrick Lorenz Gueco. What is nice about the coffee and other menus is the incorporation of beer and liquor .

Delectable Sisig Triangles and Kopi Luwak

One of the signature sandwiches that is being offered by the coffee shop is the Delectable Sisig Triangles with chips , chopped tomatoes and cucumber at Php 75 per serving .

 Kopi Luwak – or civet cat fermented coffee  the price per cup is just Php 180 . It is best accompany with brown sugar . It is best partnered with any sandwich and pasta

Good Ol’ Pesto

Good Ol’ Pesto wheat sandwich . It is made from pesto with chicken bits and freshly picked lettuce leaves with chips , sliced tomato and cucumber

Vootbeer Float

Vootbeer Float is a combination of root-beer and beer with special float . It is not your typical mixture and thus you can enjoy them throughout the day .

Spicy Tuna Pesto

Spicy Tuna Pesto with wheat bread – This is one of the Must try when you visit the coffee and restaurant . Php 128 per serving

Drunken Hungarian Sausage

All Time-Favorite Adobo

One of the favorite menus of the place is the All Time-Favorite Adobo , the difference between the All Time -Favorite Adobo and the All Time – Cheesy Flavored Adobo is the cheese toppings.  Php 90.00 per serving

Beer Battered Fish Fillet

Beer Battered Fish Fillet is also one of the best sellers for people who do not like meat . Php 80 per serving

Potato Wedges with Cheese and Garlic Dip and Potato Nuggets

Potato Wedges with cheese and garlic dip and Potato Nuggets is a perfect compliment with the Irish Cream on Coffee Rocks – It has volka , cream and the ice cube is made out of coffee. It only cost Php80.

Frozen Hot Chocolate

There is a glass display area in which clientele can buy coffee beans and other useful merchandise items.

The coffee chain had a lot of items for sale aside from the usual coffee , pasta and sandwiches . One can make a reservation during off peak time from 10:00am to 6:00pm and peak time from 6:00pm to 12mn

* Rates may vary – Php 4,000 above – consumable

Tipsy Bean is open for catering , special functions and bookings

group photo

Note: I must ” Thank: Mr. Arnie Alesna and Mr. Stephen Alvin Gueco for the accommodation

How to Commute:

 MRT SHAW  to EDSA just walk right side ( south side ) going to Domingo Guevara street .

Another one is taking jeep from JRU with Libertad street or Domingo Guevara street

 Address: 50 Domingo M. Guevara (formerly Libertad), Highway Hills Mandaluyong, Philippines
Phone 0917-4188747 / 0922-8200082 / 621-3660
Email tipsybeanscoffee@gmail.com

Store Operations; Mondays to Saturdays- 10PM to 12mn

Sundays- 1:00PM to 12mn

Makati Branch : Ground Floor , Lepanto Building , Paseo de Roxas Makati City

(0922-82-000-82)

Website: http://www.tipsybeans.com/

Facebook Page : https://www.facebook.com/tipsybeans

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