Tuesday, June 2, 2020
Home Food & Recipes This local diner is making waves online with its compostable takeout gadgets

This local diner is making waves online with its compostable takeout gadgets

If you happen to be in the area of Bagong Silang, Caloocan City, or near Sacred Heart Village in Quirino Highway, Quezon City, and you’re hankering for an affordable but delicious burger, rice meal, or milk tea, then consider dropping by Kapetique. 

The place lives up to its description as “your thrift diner”: burgers, pizzas, rice meals, wings, and hot and cold drinks make up the extensive menu, but nothing is over P250. The double-patty burger Dobol Trobol is P120, the Meaty black pizza is P190, the slew of silog meals are less than P100, and the drinks (from milk teas and fruit teas to smoothies and hot and cold brews) range from P20 to P70. 

- Advertisement -

Also Read: Milk tea meets Jesus in every order of Grace in a Cup

Another reason to support Kapetique? The place helps protect the environment through its use of compostable takeout gadgets.  

- Advertisement -

“Instead of using single-use plastic bags and straws, we try to use the #wheatstraw and #jutestring plus you can bring your #kapetique cups to reuse or your own tumblers for your next drink purchase,” it said in its October 15 Facebook post.   

Customers who bring their own reusable straws will get a P5 discount on their drink, Kapetique added in its post. And though paper cups seem like an eco-friendlier choice to plastic, the thrift diner is still looking for alternatives. According to recyclecoach.com, “Unlike most paper items, paper cups can’t be recycled because they’re actually coated in plastic—as little as five percent per cup. That’s why they’re able to hold liquid without leaking all over the place. It’s also why they don’t get broken down into pulp and turned into recycled paper.”

- Advertisement -

Also Read: Five Healthy Alternatives to Junkfood

Specializing in pastries pre-ordered online by clients when it launched in February 2017, Kapetique Café was the result of months of developing delicious home-made meals that foodies would keep coming back for. 

Ultimately, the people behind the business wanted to be known for more than their irresistible eats and generous portions. When they’re not posting photos of their mouth-watering treats, they’re loading their pages with feel-good messages and inspirational reminders. Now they’re making customers realize the impact of single-use plastic straws and bags with their compostable takeout gadgets.

“By the grace of God we are attaining our goals one step at a time,” it said on its Facebook page. 

Kapetique is at Phase Five, Bagong Silang, Caloocan City (open Tuesday to Sunday, 1 pm to 9 pm) and at Sacred Heart Village Market, Km 22, Quirino Highway, Quezon City (open Monday to Sunday, 7 am to 9 pm). 

 


Text by Joy Rojas. Photos courtesy of Kapetique.

Subscribe now to My Pope Philippines for your daily dose of inspirational stories! Call +63917.711.1818 to order back issues.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Most Recent

Four Daily Prayers to the Sacred Heart of Jesus

Catholics all around the world celebrate the month of June in dedication to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. An image of God's mercy and...

5 Easy Ways to ‘Be There’ For A Loved One With Depression

The two-month lockdown has taken its toll on people's mental health. Isolation from family and friends, job loss, and death are just...

Here’s what you need to know about the MMDA’s modified coding scheme

Today, June 1, marks the first day of Metro Manila being under the general community quarantine (GCQ). Under the GCQ, more sectors are allowed...

Meet Natalia Tsarkova, the Pope’s Official Painter

She is the only woman in history to have painted the official portraits of four popes!
- Advertisment -

FOLLOW US!

- Advertisment -