|Chillin' with the bears at UniBearsity Cafe.|
|Bears as big as a 10-year old kid.|
|The crib on one side of the cafe.|
|Tables and chairs on the other side.|
|UniBearsity Cafe menu.|
|Pasta, nachos, and lemonade.|
|Nachos, Php 90.|
The pastas that we ordered both had white sauce. Yue enjoyed his Tuna Pasta, saying that it tastes like the carbonara that I cook at home. My Chicken and Mushroom Pasta, however, was a bit watery and the sauce just wouldn't adhere well to the noodles. The noodles per se weren't soggy, but the garlic bread on the side was, and I couldn't even eat it because it was 'too wet', lol. I guess the cook didn't drain the noodles properly, leaving some pasta water on the plate.
|Chicken and Mushroom Pasta, Php 90.|
The drinks were okay, but I can tell from one sip that they're made from fruit juice powder and not from natural fruits. I give props to the presentation, though. They were served in cute, bear-shaped glasses which matched the cafe's theme.
|Cucumber Lemonade Juice, Php 45.|
Overall, I like the concept of UniBearsity Cafe - budget-friendly food that even college students can afford; a cozy place to hang-out with friends, brainstorm for a project, or have a group study; ambiance and aesthetics that would stand out on an Instagram feed. They need to work on their kitchen techniques and drain their noodles properly, though, because a watery spaghetti can ruin the whole dining experience.
2F New Kalahi Building
T. Azucena Street,
San Pablo City, Laguna