A spark at Marfori

I know many of you know how much I love Spark Coffee & Crafts. Since they opened in 2017, I have been a regular here.

Whenever I want to reward myself with something nice to eat, this is one of the cafes I regularly go to.

Spark Coffee & Crafts is being operated by five cousins — Lawrence Galang, Jimmu Yoshida, Karina Cadiogan, Katrina Munar, and Kenji Caday — who have a penchant for coffee and arts and crafts.

I just loved how the coffee shop has grown in the last two years. I remember walking in their once small store at Paseo Uno, Marfori loving how bright the place and welcoming the ambiance was. I was definitely drawn to their food. Reading it on the menu got me hungry. After tasting their food, I craved for their dishes.

From the small space they had, they have moved to a much bigger space right in front of the same commercial building. This time they are able to accomodate more clients. Formerly a small corner, their arts and crafts corner is much bigger now offering more products, including those made by small businesses in Davao City.

The new location also has a function room that could cater meetings for 15 individuals. Monthly, arts and crafts workshops are also being held here. These range from calligraphy to watercolor to polymer clay accessory making.

Spark Coffee & Crafts regularly holds workshops that ranges from calligraphy to arts and crafts

Aside from the bigger dining area, they also now have more offerings on the menu that you can choose from.

A couple of weeks back, members of the Davao media and Davao Digital Influencers tasted some of the food the cafe has to offer.

Spark Coffee + Craft served Loco Moco, Chicken Parmigiana, Spark Sandwich, Chicken Fajitas, Fish and Fries, Lasagna, and Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Waffles. I love their food here. Therefore, I won’t be shy to say that I enjoyed every single food they served during our visit here.

Loco Moco

Loco Moco (P180) is a dish of two mini burger patties with fried egg and mushroom gravy, served with rice and side salad. This is among my favorite rice dish here at Spar Coffee & Craft. I think the burger patties were flavorful and I simply love the gravy.

Chicken Parmigiana

Chicken Parmigiana (P190) is breaded chicken with cheese and marinara sauce, served with rice and salad.

Spark Sandwich

Spark Sandwich (P250) is beef tenderloin with caramelized onions, cheese, fried egg, and their special sauce. This was one of the first dishes I ordered here when they opened. I love everything about this sandwich as is definitely a personal favorite.

Chicken Fajistas

The Chicken Fajistas (P160) is an open sandwich with spiced chicken, cheese, mixed veggies and salsa on the side. This was the first time I had this dish and definitely enjoyed it. I just love the spiciness of the chicken.

Chicken Fajistas

Fish and Fries (P150) is a simple appetizer that you and your friends can enjoy. It is fried beer-battered fish with tartar sauce and fries on the side.

Lasagna

Their Lasagna (P190) is hands down my favorite pasta dish at Spark Coffee & Craft. I just love how creamy, meaty, and cheesy their lasagna is.

Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Waffles

Lastly, Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Waffles. My all-time favorite dish here. I just love the balance of sweet and savory of this dish. The bacon, egg, cheese, waffles, and syrup complemented one another.

Spark Coffee & Craft also served us their Iced Caramel Macchiato, White Mocha Macadamia Frappe, Hazelnut Latte, Matcha Smoothie, Cucumber Lime, and Fresh Lemonade.

Matcha Smoothie
Fresh Lemonade

Location: Paseo Uno, Ruby St., Marfori Heights (across the botanical garden)
Contact details:
Call: (082) 225-1536
Email: sparkdavao@gmail.com
Social media accounts:
IG: @sparkdvo
FB: http://www.facebook.com/SparkDvo/


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