Food Escapade at Honolulu Coffee

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Did you know that Japan makes good coffee, too? There are a lot of coffee shops around Japan that it's difficult to choose! On our last day in Osaka, my cousin and I were able to grab some coffee and unwind at one of the coffee shops we passed by.


Honestly, this wasn't my first choice but the one I wanted to try was another block away and we couldn't afford wasting more time! So, let's take a look how reminiscent Honolulu Cafe is of Hawaii!


barista/cashier

They also sell coffee beans and tumblers!

Cafe's porch. Pretty cozy. In front of Dotonburi.

Macadamia Coffee and Mocha Coffee, around JPY500 each

Honolulu Coffee is in from Dotonburi! Nice view!



Their bestseller is the Macadamia coffee but I find it too sweet for my liking. I wanted to try that because it's a variant that isn't common in Manila. However, my cousin wanted to try it so I settled for Mocha. Either way, I was craving for coffee. My order was okay. We ordered iced coffee because it was really hot in Osaka! We just had lunch so we didn't order any pastry.

Later on, I found out that Honolulu Coffee has branches all over Asia! Don't be surprised if you see Honolulu Coffee in Manila soon!


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16 comments:

  1. You really are a coffee lover, Miss Gem! Reading your post made me crave for a frappe. Their shop looks so cozy indeed. Looking forward to a branch of Honolulu Coffee here in Manila too.
    I just remembered when I was new to the graveyard shift, I always have a cup of coffee to keep me awake; however, I was advised against too much caffeine now so I had to lessen my intake. (T_T) But maybe a tall frappe later won't hurt, don't you think so? Haha.

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  2. Okay lang naman siguro pacoffee coffe minsan hehe :)

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  3. Haha. Yup I agree. Later I'll drop by Megamall para sa caffeine dose ko, minsan na lang naman to (^-^)

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  4. How simple yet relaxing is the place! I bet the coffee here is good as well. :) Macadamia coffee? How good is that? Pangalan palang, ang sarap na. :D

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  5. Cozy place, Nice view and a good cup of coffee. Haaay perfect! Mahilig rin ako mag kape, both iced and hot pero nagpa palpitate ako kpag masyado marami caffeine intake. Sana mag open na sila ng branch sa Pilipinas. Nakakaintriga yun Macadamia coffee.

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  6. Your post reminded me of the Hawaii-inspired mug and sushi plate that my former student sent me. I'd love to have one of those green tumblers in the third picture. Macadamia coffee sounds good! Glad you enjoyed Mocha nevertheless. :)

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  7. Honestly, the macadamia was too sweet for my liking. Pero masarap naman :)

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  8. In fairness, nasarapan ako sa coffee nila. Not the usual creamy coffee. It doesnt taste too commercialised :)

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  9. It does sound good. My cousin liked it :)

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  10. im one coffee lover too =) i didnt know that they made great brewed coffee too because our japanese boss loves starbucks (always served in our pantry)

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  11. All I can say is that you capture beautiful photos :)

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  12. I am that kind of person who's always up for something new but being picky at the same time too. Haha. Does that even make sense!? I mean i like macadamia and I wanna try it on frappe but I really don't like drinks that are too sweet too. I was kinda hoping that it contained less sugar.

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  13. Maybe thats why your boss likes starbucks cos the taste is different. Although madami rin starbucks in japan :)

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  14. Yeh sana nga less sweet :)

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  15. Sheena Naomi GrencioJuly 19, 2015 at 11:22 PM

    Nakakatuwa naman po un blog niyo hindi lang about sa beauty ang Review pati din sa food :) Thanks Miss Gem for sharing this to us :)

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