This uber hip and and trendy cafe first caught my eye with all the Vespas parked inside it. I was totally crushing on the cutest scooters and their dashing interior. This bike themed cafe with a little vintage flair is definitely easy on the eyes. It is also just next door to a motorcycle store, if you want to drive away with your very own Vespa. The food? Easy on the eyes, too.
Molo Tachos (P185) is a mix version of tacos and nachos in one. A must when in Argos. I practically had to lick my plate clean. So goood. Pretty beverage glasses. This is the refreshing Cucumber Lemonade which came free with my Beef Tapa. When ordered separately, their slushies are P50 each. Cafe de Argos offers all day breakfasts, a big plus in my book. One of their specialties is the Beef Tapa (P180). Not being a brat, but it came with a scrambled egg, and not even runny. I would’ve preferred a sunny side up, but the staff never asked for a choice. I just assumed it came with a sunny side up. Probably my fault to assume.
It would be much appreciated if they offered a choice, though. Moving on from my egg drama, I still finished everything on that plate. Choriburger (P120) came with chips on the side. I liked the subtle taste of the chorizo, I even managed to leave some to eat with my egg and rice.They’re also known for their Spanish sardines pasta (P160), All meat Argos pizza (P180) and Honey tamarind chicken wings (P215). They also have a decent selection of hot and cold coffees and frappes.
Visit Cafe de Argos and enjoy the cool vibe and good food!