Bear Cups Patisserie

Bear Cups Patisserie

Category: #ONENAGA, Cafe, Casual, Restaurant
Location: Magsaysay
Rating: Excellent
Cuisine: Coffee and Tea , Pasta , Pastries and Desserts

Bear Cups Patisserie Overall rating: ★★☆☆☆ 2 based on 1 reviews
5 1

Good place, bad management

★★☆☆☆
2 5 1
Bear Cups Patisserie. Location, first floor of ADC hotel. Underneath of a busy coffee shop, Coffee Table. I have been to the building many times and I never miss to wonder why Bear Cups Patisserie has very few customers. Until I tried to check out. First visit. I realized that the temperature outside is cooler, few mosquitoes flying around, I had few bite marks after my visit. The shop has full of… teddy bears, stuffed bears. Cute, relaxing (maybe more relaxing minus the mosquito and warm temperature.) The fast internet speed and quiet atmosphere made me come back. After few more visits, I realized that they have a lot on their menu that are unavailable, the pictures/table ads they’re showing aren’t even available. I requested for some of my drinks to be modified (e.g. I requested the ice cubes crushed/blended) they said they couldn’t, they have to stick with their “standard”. Then their food… cakes, they’re pretty normal. It is good to munch on something while working. We tried the all-you-can-eat pasta. The pastas were good but the rules aren’t. Before I ordered the all-you-can-eat, I asked the rules. “No leftovers”, pretty basic. The deal Is available everyday starting at 1pm to 5pm but since the chef won’t be around until 1:30 pm, you will get to the food at 1:30 plus the waiting time (I suggested they should change their ads). After our first plate (very small serving) I asked if we could order the 4 different types of pastas they have and serve it at the same time, they said “we couldn’t”. “Alright, we will just order em one by one.”, I thought. Like I said, the pastas were good, but you have to wait for 20-30 minutes for your orders to arrive and hey, you CAN’T order more than one pasta (per head) at a time! We still chose Bear Cups Patisserie despite these incidents but might be the last after this… Typhoon Nina destroyed the power lines and internet lines. We came to Bear Cups at 1 pm. There were few customers. We started plugging our gadgets, ordered food. At 2:30 pm we were told that we were charged with 30 pesos/hour per socket which started at 1pm. We paid 99pesos meal, 199pesos all-you-can-eat pastas and few 135pesos beverages that we ordered and on top of that the 30pesos/hour/outlet… I asked if this is permanent, they said “yes”. Honestly, when we were told about the charge, I am pretty sure that is their way of saying “please GTFO!”, seriously rude. I guess the management has great ability to repel customers and now I know why there are few… Tips to the public… Don’t plug laptops/gadgets at Bear Cups to avoid the charge. Bring mosquito repellant. Better to look for other coffee shops/patisserie.

Offers a wide variety of cupcakes that could be customized for special occasions, irresistible homemade cheesecakes, and other specialty orders.

Good place, bad management

★★☆☆☆
2 5 1
Bear Cups Patisserie. Location, first floor of ADC hotel. Underneath of a busy coffee shop, Coffee Table. I have been to the building many times and I never miss to wonder why Bear Cups Patisserie has very few customers. Until I tried to check out. First visit. I realized that the temperature outside is cooler, few mosquitoes flying around, I had few bite marks after my visit. The shop has full of… teddy bears, stuffed bears. Cute, relaxing (maybe more relaxing minus the mosquito and warm temperature.) The fast internet speed and quiet atmosphere made me come back. After few more visits, I realized that they have a lot on their menu that are unavailable, the pictures/table ads they’re showing aren’t even available. I requested for some of my drinks to be modified (e.g. I requested the ice cubes crushed/blended) they said they couldn’t, they have to stick with their “standard”. Then their food… cakes, they’re pretty normal. It is good to munch on something while working. We tried the all-you-can-eat pasta. The pastas were good but the rules aren’t. Before I ordered the all-you-can-eat, I asked the rules. “No leftovers”, pretty basic. The deal Is available everyday starting at 1pm to 5pm but since the chef won’t be around until 1:30 pm, you will get to the food at 1:30 plus the waiting time (I suggested they should change their ads). After our first plate (very small serving) I asked if we could order the 4 different types of pastas they have and serve it at the same time, they said “we couldn’t”. “Alright, we will just order em one by one.”, I thought. Like I said, the pastas were good, but you have to wait for 20-30 minutes for your orders to arrive and hey, you CAN’T order more than one pasta (per head) at a time! We still chose Bear Cups Patisserie despite these incidents but might be the last after this… Typhoon Nina destroyed the power lines and internet lines. We came to Bear Cups at 1 pm. There were few customers. We started plugging our gadgets, ordered food. At 2:30 pm we were told that we were charged with 30 pesos/hour per socket which started at 1pm. We paid 99pesos meal, 199pesos all-you-can-eat pastas and few 135pesos beverages that we ordered and on top of that the 30pesos/hour/outlet… I asked if this is permanent, they said “yes”. Honestly, when we were told about the charge, I am pretty sure that is their way of saying “please GTFO!”, seriously rude. I guess the management has great ability to repel customers and now I know why there are few… Tips to the public… Don’t plug laptops/gadgets at Bear Cups to avoid the charge. Bring mosquito repellant. Better to look for other coffee shops/patisserie.
  

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