It rained that afternoon, but under fairer weather conditions, i can imagine sitting here soaking in the sunset.
Finally the clock struck 5PM and the staff did start clearing the tables. The cute intern (who just started in her job a few days earlier) chatted a bit, and i remember she asked me why i was alone. Sadly, grumpy folks like me cannot generate instant witty comebacks just when one really needs them, and i proffered some lame reason.
The next day (Monday), i was due to return back to Manila. After lunch with S. at Hatch Coffee [refer to one of the earlier posts in this series], i decided on impulse to detour to Hot Cat before going down.
The place was much quieter this time; in fact, they forgot to flip the "Closed" sign. Whoops :D :D Here's the friendly owner doing his thing, and a shot of the interiors.
Oh, and of course, i guess it won't be hot cat without the cats!
They are located inside the compound at Yangco Road corner Brent Road (literally facing the Brent School campus), and can be found on Facebook (Hot Cat Specialty Coffee) and Instagram (bahaypusa).