Going crazy over wraps

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Sunday, March 23, 2014

THERE'S a new a place in downtown Davao that is off to a crazy start. Head off to Crazy Wraps Cafe, a new place that opened along Tionko Avenue on March 6, 2014.

Billy Joel Yu, chief operations officer (COO), said unlike their first branch at SM Lanang Premier, their menu now has more choices and the new cafe is specially designed for young professionals and students. The branch at SM opened last year and catered to cinema goers.

"We now have European, Filipino, Western, and Chinese dishes to choose from. Also we have more drinks to offer," he said.


One of the differences the new branch has from their SM branch is here you can sit down, relax and bond with your friends.

"This branch is specially made as a hangout, meeting, and lounge place for you and your friends," said JC Cervantes, a friend of YU who helped in the conceptualization.

True to its name, the store offers a somewhat crazy interior design, sporting a snazzy mix of colors and dotted with furniture. Aside from this, the place is quite comfortable with its big chairs in place. Most of the tables are also able to accommodate large group of friends who will hold meetings or just chill.

One of the things I loved about their cafe is the "CW" book shelf built into the wall and the red armchair-bookshelf.

In terms of food or drinks, I enjoyed their hot chocolate. You should also try their Blueberry Milk Tea, Yakult Milk Tea, Shrimp and Garlic Pasta, Crazy Bariga, and Seafood Paratha Wrap. Well, if that is not enough for you, you can choose from around 100 food and beverage choices.

They also continue to serve their signature wraps which are filled with delectable fillings that will surely suit the taste of Pinoys. They have five varieties: beef, chicken, seafood, pork, and chorizo.

"The wide range (of food selections) we have will give our customers a lot of choices depending on their feel. For example, if they just want to sit down and study they can choose from our coffees or frappes," JC said.

JC said their food is also good for two to three persons, making it ideal for barkadas. Why would you eat alone if you can eat it with your friends?

The price of food and beverages range from P50 to around P200, making it affordable to many students and young professionals.

Now grab your friends with you and spend a crazy and fruitful day with them at the newest cafe in the city.

Crazy Wraps Cafe is open from 8 a.m. to midnight or 1 a.m. from Monday to Saturday, while on Sundays, it’s open around 10 a.m. or 11 a.m. until midnight. They also cater to groups who want to have a meeting as early as 7:30 a.m. as long as they are advised a day or a few days before.

Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on March 24, 2014.


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