18 July 2012, Wednesday
I’ve never heard of this Bev-Wich shop until my colleagues and I were thinking where to go to after work for some much needed “catching up”. What is Bev-Wich you ask? It’s a short term for beverage-sandwich kind of place.
Since I was not that hungry, I opted to try their Crisp Spinach Ravioli. The fact that it’s fried interested me. The spinach and cream cheese was just palatable and enough to whet my appetite.
This was picked by Escy and is surprisingly goood! I’ve tasted a couple of Buffalo Wings but there is something more to this version that sets it apart from the rest. If I will be back at Brew-Kus, it will most probably be because of this!
This was Kimmy’s order which took eons of years before they served it. And to our dismay, this has nothing special to offer. It tasted like any regular Fish and Chips and as per Kimmy, she tasted its oiliness.
Unlike the usual beverage-sandwich shop, Brew-Kus offers extensive brewed beverages from coffee, true teas and tea lattes paired with modern comfort dishes.
Overall, what I love about Brew-Kus is its food offerings and its laid back ambiance — it took my mind away from the hustle and bustle of Makati area while we revel on the stories we’ve been saving and meaning to share. *smiles*
The Bev-Wich Shop
Unit G-02, 139 Corporate Center,
139 Valero Street,
(02) 856 7656