Cartel Coffee and Deli at The Picasso Makati

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It has been a while since we shared about our EATStaycation at the Picasso Boutique Serviced Residences. If you read about it, thank you. If you haven’t, please do. Hehe. Anyway, during that weekend we discovered good restaurants that we highly recommend, especially if you are in the Makati area. In this edition of EATSplorations, we will be sharing about Cartel Coffee and Deli at The Picasso Makati. What do they have to offer? Keep on reading to find out! Enjoy! πŸ™‚

Cartel Coffee and Deli at The Picasso Makati!

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Cartel Deli is tuck just right at the ground floor of Picasso Boutique Serviced Residences. So if you are staying here, it is very convenient as you do not need to go far to have a good meal.

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Salcedo Village has a much relaxing vibe on a weekend. Less cars meant less traffic, and it is more inviting to just walk around the area. Upon seeing Cartel Deli from the outside, we knew that it is a perfect place for unwinding.

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A small deli restaurant with so much to offer. They have bread and pastries. Jamon and cheese. Cooking ingredients and spices.

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Frozen and deli meats. Chocolate and dairy products. Plus, all sorts of drinks, too!

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Fresh produce, wines, spirits, beers, juices and coffee beans. A one-stop shop, huh? Everything you need might just be here.

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Wooden furniture and dimmed yellow lights give that casual and relaxing vibe. With all their products on display.

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All these made us excited to EATSperience what Cartel Deli has to offer. First things first, coffee! Their coffee is by Yardstick and we got a cup of cappuccino.

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Coffee for the adult, iced chocolate drink for the little one. She loved it so much that she finished half of her drink right before eating. Haha. Now time for some food!

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Roast Beef, Cheese, and Roasted Peppers (Php 320)

This sandwich is a light yet filling meal (Well at least for us! Haha! ). The roasted peppers added some tang and sweetness to the roast beef, and the mustard spread had quite a strong flavor and we really loved it.

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Three Cheese, Cherry Tomato, and Arugula Pizzeta (Php 220)

Cartel Deli’s pizzeta spells crunchy in every bite. The combination of cheese, cherry tomato and arugula is so refreshing. Perfect with a drink of your choice.

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Spicy Shrimp Linguine (Php 410)

Our most favorite dish in our EATSperience. An oil-based pasta made flavorful by spicy and juicy shrimps. Their garlic bread was a hit, too!

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We have been hearing good feedback about Cartel Deli and we are glad that we got the chance to have a firsthand EATSperience. Will we come back? A big YES! As we would love to try their other items and probably buy some meats or fresh produce. So, if you chance upon strolling or spending time around the area, go and give Cartel Deli a chance and share with us your EATSperience. That’s it for this edition of EATSplorations. ‘Till next time!

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Cartel Coffee and Deli

119 L.P. Leviste Street,Β Salcedo Village, Makati City

+632 772 8270

Facebook / Instagram

Operating Hours:

6:30am to 11:00pm

Budget: 700 php for two

Cartel Deli Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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