A Beautiful Mess by Anthosia

Antoshia Cafe has been the home for many artists - literary writers, painters, photographers, sculptors, singers, and song writers. It has been a go-to place for everyone who has appreciation for art and anything unique and vintage. A year after their opening from their small location at Panganiban Drive, Antoshia Cafe moved to a new and bigger home at Taal Avenue, Naga City. This great change is due to the undeniably increasing number of their customers and the previous space that they have was not enough to showcase the overflowing creativity of every Bicolano artist.
Similar with their previous spot, their new home will be the safe haven of antiques, books, photographs, and all things unique. Vintage cameras, vinyls, old clocks, books, jars, wooden sculptures, paintings, cassette tapes, 90s toys, car plates, telephones, lamps, and many things I cannot give a label to (haha!) will be found inside this artsy cafe. They had formed a 'beautiful mess' which will always be Antoshia Cafe's signature look.
Aside from the homey-chill vibe of the place, customers line up for their affordable, delicious, and creatively-named menu. Their Inumon (Drinks) ranges from the following: Hot drinks start at P50 to 90 and cold drinks at P60 to P80. Their price range for Kakanon (Food) are as follows: pasta for only P120 to P150, pizza at P150 and fries at P60.
When I say "creatively-named" menu, here's what I mean: 
Available in their 'Inumon' selection are Pag-ibig, Pagmamahal, and Happy (above photo). The Pag-ibig is their iced-tea version, Happy is soda-like flavored, while the Pagmamahal is quite hard to explain - maybe because love can't be defined (haha!).
For coffee lovers, they also serve iced coffee drinks. Kapeng Elsa (above left), which is caramel-based, is mild and sweet. Kapeng Senyorita (above right) is cocoa-based with a strong taste.
My personal fave would be their special fries called Patatas Pa More. Its not the usual fries that you can order at a fast food chain; these are freshly peeled potatoes coated with flavorful spices and served with a yummy mayo dip. You'll definitely want more!
Pan de Oriang is their Instagram-famous heart-shaped pizza. There's just one way to eat it: you have to break that heart!
They also have unique pastas: Tinapanudels is cooked with olive oil and herbs topped with smoked fish flakes.
Seen above is the Hijo de Pasta. It is served with meatballs and fresh tomato sauce.

For something lighter for the tummy, try their Halik Mo Lang Burger. It's as yummy as its name!
And of course, have your sweet tooth satisfied with Bratanella Patisserie's cupcakes made with love.
The place also has an open-mic session hall where original written songs or poetry readings are showcased. This is also a venue for photo exhibits and mural sessions dubbed as "ieu?" which is a common Bicolano expression. How beautiful it is to be in a place full of art and good food to top it all off!

Anthosia Cafe is now located at Taal Avenue Corner Bulusan St. Café Hours: Mon-Sun 8:00 am - 10:00 pm. Contact them at (+054) 881 1805 and anthosiacafe@gmail.com. For updates, like their official Facebook page or follow them on Instagram
Credits to Jamiefor the photos.
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