The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf’s 26th Street Bistro Serves More Than Just Coffee and Desserts

It's not just a bigger CBTL cafe, it's a full-service restaurant!

IMAGE courtesy of The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf PH

You might have seen the big, airy Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf stores in Net Lima Building along 26th Street, Taguig and in Shangri-la Plaza Mall's East Wing. It's "not just a bigger CBTL store." In fact, 26th Street Bistro is a whole different dining concept designed by the folks behind the coffee franchise.

 


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Shrimp & Pomelo Salad

 


USDA Steak Strips

 


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Herb-Crusted Salmon with Lemon Risotto

 

Expect to see the coffee menu at the store but get ready for a lengthy menu which also lists down comfort food favorites and platters made for sharing. 26th Street Bistro recently launched a revamped menu which includes a Shrimp & Pomelo Salad which bursts with vibrant Asian flavors; the hearty Chorizo & Egg Skillet; and the Herb-Crusted Salmon with tangy and perfectly-cooked lemon risotto.

 

Make sure to leave room for dessert because they now serve cakes and pastries by Chef Baba Ibazeta of Classic Confections: there's the decadent Nono's Chocolate Oblivion, S'mores Pie, and mini apple pies with flaky streusel-which all go perfectly with your fave CBTL brew. Soon on the menu: wine and drinks that you can pair with their hearty and filling plates.

 

 

 

26th Street Bistro by The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is at Net Lima, 26th Street corner 5th Avenue, BGC, and at the 5th level, Shangri-la Plaza Mall.

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