BaRaKo☆Café

BarakoCafe
coffee-beans

BaRaKo Coffee Beans

Barako is a Coffea liberica coffee bean from the Philippines.

BaRaKo means burly, sturdy or strong.

BaRaKo Coffee

It is not sour or sweet, but has a strong bitterness and aroma, so if you like bitter coffee, you should definitely try it.

The Filipino style is to drink freshly brewed coffee with brown sugar or honey.

coffee
adobo

Adobo

Adobo is a word that originally means marinade, but it is also the name of a stewed dish of meat and vegetables in the Philippines.

Adobo is a dish made by marinating the meat of either or both chicken (wings) or pork (pig’s feet) in a vinegar marinade to tenderize the meat with improved preservation, and is a typical home cooking and national dish of the Philippines.

BaRaKo☆Café
in ShinBanBa Square

ShinBanBa Square is a membership rental space near Shimbamba Station of Keikyu Line.
Barako☆Café is open on the 1st floor there.

〒140-0004
ShinBanBa Square 1F, 1-1-3, Minami-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo

Open : Everyday 10:00 – 17:30 (Irregular holidays)

ShinbanbaSquare_logo_674x604
Minami-Shinagawa 1-1-3