Cafe Sarree


There is a new reason to head down south in Cebu City, Café Sarree! 

The food is fantastic and the place is pretty!   

(Okay call me bias… but seriously, the food is great!  And the place... makes me happy!)

The facade is inspired from French Cafes & Bistros.

The facade

The main feature on the ground floor is the wood block wall from Vito Selma with stainless steel inserts.  

Inspired by New York City's Le Pain Quotidien, a communal table on the second floor promotes sharing and camaraderie.  Stools in different shapes and materials gather round the long wooden table.

A decorative panel in aqua blue gives a splash of color to the otherwise neutral palette of the cafe's interiors and at the same time acts as divider to the wash area and toilet.  

Sarree now living her dream... :-)

Location:  Escario Central, Capitol St., Cebu City
Project completed:  October 2012
Project-in-Charge:  Nicole Reyes
...and we continue our work as a design team.  
Suppliers:  Greenleaf, Ad Consultants, Vito Selma/Maple & Pine, Curtains Unlimited, Fine Impressions, Cebu Home Builders, Halsangz, Mistula Upholstery, North & South Home Gallery, Filmon Hardware, Mandaue Foam.

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