Yes, there is a macaron cafe in Quezon City! Shame on me for not knowing this existed.
Mrs. Graham’s Macaron Cafe is a quaint, lovely decorated cafe, full of delicate touches and pastel colors, in the quiet Sct. Rallos street, just a little hop and skip away from the hustle and bustle of Tomas Morato Avenue.
Touches of pastel give life to the simple white and black interiors, with pastel colored photo frames adorning the walls, block letters of the store’s name in the same color palette, felt flowers in pots (one color per table) as table centerpieces, and these unique macaron chandeliers.
A tiny corner store sits next to the counter, where handmade trinkets and novelty papers and art materials like calligraphy pens, washi tape, and DIY stamps are sold.
The cozy cafe seats around fifteen people inside, with a couple more tables out front. The staircase (seen in a few photos here) sadly, does not lead to another floor of this quaint cafe.
Mrs. Graham’s offers macarons, coffee (iced, blended, and warm), cupcakes (check out the interesting flavors) and cake. Yum yum.
Oh and P.S. They have some of your childhood games (snakes and ladders, those ring games with water, jenga, and so on) for you to play with. 😉
Do drop by for a visit if you’re looking for a picturesque cafe to try in QC!
All photos (except the one taken by RJ) were taken on a Samsung Galaxy S5 camera.