Come One. Come All To Holy Grounds Coffee House In Subic

Coffee, please. No matter where you go, you just gotta have a cup of coffee. It really doesn’t matter how much it is because when you want it, you just gotta have it. You just gotta have it after a long drive …

Fifty kilometers from Clark is Subic Freeport. You’d think it would look similar to Clark but in my opinion, it doesn’t. I’m not saying it’s any better or worse, it’s just different from Clark. Maybe because it’s a naval base as opposed to Clark which is an airbase. The point is … the ambiance is different in Subic.

ADVERTISEMENTS

Fifty kilometers from Clark is Subic Freeport. You’d think it would look similar to Clark but in my opinion, it doesn’t. I’m not saying it’s any better or worse, it’s just different from Clark. Maybe because it’s a naval base as opposed to Clark which is an airbase. The point is … the ambiance is different in Subic.

Nonetheless, it’s worth driving to Subic if you’re already in Clark. That was exactly what we did. When we got to the Freeport Zone of Subic, we discovered Holy Grounds Coffee House.

From the outside, it looks just like one of those high-end coffee shops. If you look closer, you will understand why it’s called Holy Grounds.

From the outside, it looks just like one of those high-end coffee shops. If you look closer, you will understand why it’s called Holy Grounds.

Read the scriptures on the glass.
When you walk in the door, you’d think it’s just like any other coffee house. Think again.
Take a look at their menu.

Their menu is composed of the following categories: Good Morning, Share Your Blessings, Garden Of Eden, Endless Grace, Bread Of Life, and Good Shepherd. Each of those categories offers unique dishes. Too bad we weren’t able to taste any of them. We were still too full from what we ate in Clark Lomi House.

However, we did have some coffee.

AGREE!

ADVERTISEMENTS

BTW, we did try their ensaymada and it was pretty good.

Yummy! Those ensaymadas aren’t bad at all.

One thought on “Come One. Come All To Holy Grounds Coffee House In Subic

  1. Wow! Subic. I miss that place. I was based there years ago and I can imagine how much it has changed since the last time I was there. I would love to visit the Philippines again. I love your country and your food is delicious.

    Reply

Post Comment

*

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.