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Chill Out With The Girls At This Chic Lounge

Head to this spot at the Fort and enjoy their tea-infused offerings the next time you're spending QT with your girlfriends.
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You've been in that bind: you and your gal pals want to eat out and hang out, but your barkada's usual nosh spots just don't do it for you anymore. And after ordering the same old dishes every time you get together, you're looking for something different.

Just when you and your friends are about to settle for your regular dining dive, in comes a unique food joint in Bonifacio Global City that just might hit the spot.

Currently in its soft opening stage, da.u.de Tea Lounge has been fast gaining popularity among celebs and food lovers for its one-of-a-kind approach to food.

What sets it apart from other establishments? Its 100 percent tea-infused menu, using rare and specially brewed teas from all over the world, as envisioned by owner Renee Sebastian, a certified tea master (recognized by the American Tea Masters Association) and couture tea blender. From noodles, burgers, pasta, and vegetable specialties, da.u.de offers a wide selection of tummy-fillers for discriminating palates, made more flavorful with that touch of tea.

Once you've cleaned off your plates, continue the chika session while sampling da.u.de's scrumptious desserts, such as the Banana Pili Tea Cake. Then get happy hour--and more gossip--going by ordering the Manila Mojitea or the Beer Berry.

Here's a fun fact about da.u.de Tea Lounge that proves it's proudly Pinoy: the store name actually comes from the loincloth worn by tribes in the Cordillera region!

Want to see what the Cosmo.ph team got to try during their visit? Launch the gallery now to learm more about da.u.de Tea Lounge!

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