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With so many cafés popping along the streets and avenues of Manila, it’s hard to be different. In such a competitive industry, what can cafés offer customers that will keep them coming back for more? For us, it’s ultimately the overall offering of good food, good ambiance, and good service. And this is exactly what Caffe La Tea offers. A product of Cabanatuan city, Caffe La Tea’s owners Happy, Ermina, Ciarra, and Rona decided to bring their hometown’s specialties to Manila. Caffe La Tea has a total of 8 branches across the country. They have 2 branches in Cabanatuan where the café originated from, 1 in Pangasinan, 1 in Tarlac, 1 in Cagayan De Oro and 2 branches here in Manila. Caffe La Tea Congressional is fairly new opened just October of 2015. And their main mission here in Manila is to be the Cabanatuan pride. Jerro Santos, the café’s social media specialist tell u... More