Costa Coffee Manila opens
Jul 20, 2015
The first of five Costa Coffee Manila cafes has opened its doors, marking the British-headquartered coffee chain’s Philippines debut.
Costa, the world’s second largest dedicated coffee chain behind Starbucks, has opened in Eastwood City Mall in Quezon City, metropolitan Manila.
Four more cafes are planned by the year’s end in Bonifacio Global City, Robinsons Ermita, Tera Towers and Robinsons Antipolo.
The Eastwood City Mall cafe is spread over two floors and features distressed timber fittings, and a sofa upholstered with the Union Jack to reflect the brand’s heritage.
For its Philippines entry, Costa has partnered with Robinsons Retail Holdings, which owns the Robinsons Department Store, supermarket, Handyman, True Value, Toys ‘R’ Us, and Daiso retail banners in the Philippines.
Costa Coffee has over 3000 stores worldwide, including 1800 in the UK and 400 in the Middle East.
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