Emilio Aguinaldo Highway, East, Silang Junction South, Tagaytay, 4120 Cavite, Philippines

Black Scoop is now at Fora Mall, Tagaytay!

Black Scoop Café has been a famous café for a while now here in the Philippines and I am happy they have now a branch here in Tagaytay. They have a wide range menu that's why I appreciate them from coffee, milktea, pastries, pasta, etc. 

📍 Black Scoop Café, Fora Mall, Tagaytay City, Cavite

Opening Hours 🕗
Sunday to Thursday - 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Friday and Saturday - 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM

🛵 Available for Dine in, Pick up, Store delivery and on Foodpanda! 

They are located at the back part of Fora Mall which is a very nice part of the mall because of the garden. But can also be hassle because it is not noticeable to people especially to tourists.

⚠️ Since we are still on a pandemic, safety protocols are followed. Contact tracing forms are filled out and they took my temperature before I went inside. It's spacious so no worries for social distancing. 

⚠️ Only 15 to 65 years are allowed for dine in. Face masks and face shield are still required.

As expected, they have an aesthetic interiors just like their most branches. I went here on the first week of December, I think? And yep, it's another late blog post. Sorry na! Haha.

I went there on a Tuesday and luckily, I was the only one there. Haha! I got to enjoy my drink and food in peace. My friends and I went there on a Wednesday though and it was jampacked inside (the tables are full already). Maybe because Christmas was approaching by that time. 

I sat there on the couch even though I know it is hard to eat there. Haha!



I actually went there because I saw one of their post. It is the Smores Cream-based Frappe (170 pesos, large) so that's what I ordered. I mean look at that! It did not disappoint though! It is now my favorite drink from them. Highly recommended espcially if you like sweets. Hihi. 

I also ordered food because I had to do some errands and I haven't ate lunch. I ordered their Creamy Carbonara (220 pesos) and this small Brazo de Mercedes (65 pesos). Their price range is like the usual cafe and milktea shops. But you get what you pay for. 😉

No portraits and even selfies because I had no one with me and I look haggard doing errands. Lol!

Left photo is when I first went here. Right photo is when I came back with my friends. I only took a photo of my order. Haha! I tried their Hot Belgian Chocolate (150 pesos) and Blueberry Cheesecake (130 pesos). Both are just okay for me and nothing special. 

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