Caffe Bene Introduces Pasta Menu

Caffe Bene Pasta Trio

Caffe Bene is a Korean coffee chain that is known for its unique drinks like the healthy Misugaru, its yogurt smoothies, its Bingsu and gelatos, as well as its booklover-friendly, relaxing ambience. I’ve already talked about them before when they launched their partnership with Biscoff.

Due to requests from patrons for heavier meal items, Caffe Bene is introducing Bene Eats – a line of pastries, sandwiches, pasta and more.

They currently have three pasta dishes – Creamy Carbonara, Chicken Pesto, and Beef Bolognese.

Caffe Bene Pasta

All of these pasta dishes are P195 per order (same price for all three). You can also have them paired with a regular drink – you can get the pasta + drink combo for P299. You can choose the following drinks to pair with your pasta:

  • Americano coffee, hot (regular size)
  • Americano coffee, cold (regular size)
  • Iced Tea (regular size)

I liked their Lemon Iced Tea! It is sweet and refreshing and tastes natural (not from a powder mix). You can request for the pasta to be served on a plate if you are dining in ☺

Of the three pasta dishes we tried, the one I preferred was the Chicken Pesto because the pesto sauce really coated the penne pasta, inside and out:

Caffe Bene Chicken Pesto Pasta

Others also seemed to like the Creamy Carbonara because of its mushroom / slight truffle-like aftertaste:

Caffe Bene Creamy Carbonara

Aside from pasta, Caffe Bene also serves medium roast coffee (espresso-based, hot or cold), ice-blended frappes (espresso-based, coffee-free, and yogurt smoothies), specialty drinks like their popular Misugaru (roasted multigrain-based beverage), tea, and their signature Mocktails (Gold Medalist, Pina Colada, and Coco Fun Orange and Mango).

They also serve Italian Gelato and Bingsu, a Korean iced parfait similar to Halo-Halo. The flavors they have for their Bingsu are Red Bean, Coffee, Strawberry, and Cookies and Cream. I look forward to trying the Bingsu when the weather’s hot! I’m not a big fan of Halo-Halo, but the Strawberry-flavored bingsu intrigues me. They also serve Belgian Liege Waffles and Honey Bread.

Caffe Bene has branches in: Eastwood Citywalk 2, SMX Convention Center (MoA), SM City Clark, G/F Multinational Bancorp Center Valero Access Road in Makati, and SM BF Paranaque. The Valero branch is only open from Mondays to Fridays, though.

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