There is a newly opened café in Libis particularly in the heart of Eastwood City.
19 degrees is a shop that serves milk teas, fresh teas, yogurt, toast, snacks, and many more. The shop opened last July 9 and it accepted customers through walk-in and online deliveries via GrabFood and foodpanda.
Despite the pandemic, people still fall in line and book through online services to taste the foods and drinks the shop offers. Since people are excited to taste their products, on their official Facebook page 19 degrees management team announced that they will temporarily stop the Pabili service until further notice.
“Starting July 19, we will temporarily stop accepting PABILI SERVICES until further notice,” the team said.
“We will be prioritizing the customers that can order via food delivery apps and to those who intentionally drop by to our establishments to fall in line and wait for their orders,” it added.
The team also acknowledges the excitement of its customers and reminds everyone to practice social distancing and to wear a face mask and face shield when they visit the store in Eastwood Citywalk 2 near Zarks restaurants.
Due to the announcement of the national government regarding the Enhanced Community Quarantine, 19 degrees will not accept dine-in and al fresco dining customers but will cater customers who ordered from delivery services and customers who personally message the shop.
The café is open from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm.
So, what are you all waiting for go visit their store and taste their refreshers to quench your thirst and feed your hungry tummy with their famous toast that is loved by its customers.
For more details regarding the opening and closing hours of the shop visit their official Facebook page, 19 degrees, on the page you can also see the menu and the prices of their food product.
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