Uke Box Caffé first opened its doors in March of 2015. Since then, it has become well-known as the place to be for anything and everything ukulele related. Uke Box Caffé even offers free ukulele lessons! Just ask your barista. You can either bring your own uke or borrow one from their ukulele wall.
These are just a few of the ukuleles hanging on their famous ukulele wall.
Despite perfecting the chill Hawaiian vibe through their interior design, Uke Box Caffé had a great disconnect when it came to their food options and their meal prices. Past customers would complain about this time and again.
Folks, Uke Box Caffé has heard your feedback! This month, they are launching an entirely new menu. Get ready to say Aloha to delicious yet budget friendly meals!
The dishes on the new menu are a fusion of both Hawaiian and Filipino cuisine.
A bit overwhelmed about what to order on your next visit? Don’t fret! Here are our Top 3 favorites from the new menu:
Bacon and Mushroom Melt Pasta (P200): You’ll definitely get the best bang for your buck with this dish! This pasta dish is drowned with a creamy and cheesy mushroom sauce. Aside from a handful of real mushrooms that are incorporated into the sauce, a huge helping of bacon bits are added as well and, let’s face it, who doesn’t love bacon?!? The serving is big enough to split amongst two people for a light merienda. (Or indulge in the whole plate yourself—we won’t judge!)
Tropical Pulled Pork (P200): If you’re into sandwiches, you should give this juicy pulled pork sandwich a try! The pulled pork itself is very tender and sweet. It sits atop a homemade flaky bread roll and is drizzled with Uke Box Caffé’s special sauce. The sandwich is even served with a side of chips.
Aloha Chops (P280): This dish is the way to go if you’ve worked up a big appetite from learning different chords and songs on the ukulele. The chops are cut thick but are so tender nonetheless. It’s served with some pineapple rice and coleslaw to match. A perfect example of the Hawaiian-Filipino fusion of the new menu!
Another interesting dish that Uke Box Caffé’s new menu offers is the Hawaiian Bulalo (P320), this sounds like something that adventurous foodies out there would want try.
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Now that Uke Box Caffé has done a complete 360 and revamped its menu, it’s now the perfect tambay spot for you and your barkada! It’s the ideal place to just chill or even work on a group project.
There are little nooks available for you and your friends to stay in.
On your next visit, make sure to try out their Selfie Coffee (P220). Imagine having your selfie or any picture printed right on to your drink. Just send the photo of your choice to Uke Box Caffé’s Facebook and order your beverage! Their choices range from the usual Caramel Macchiato to a Matcha flavored drink. I have to admit, this Selfie Coffee really blew my mind! I couldn’t believe that my face was printed on my drink!!! Plus points for food and technology!
What are you waiting for? Head on to Uke Box Caffé and give their new dishes a try! You’ll thank us later.
Uke Box Caffé
Operating hours: 12:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Unit 12 187 Village Center, Brgy. Bagumbayan, Libis, Quezon City (Along Acropolis)
Contact number: 374-7467