New Maginhawa restaurant has servers on hoverboards
As long as they don't trip or spill, everything is good.
(SPOT.ph) Walking is apparently overrated. Newly opened restaurant Hue Cafe is the first in the country to use the trendy "hoverboards" to serve customers. Owner Jay Mark Isais calls his wait team "hueverstaff."
Mark also owns popular hole-in-the-wall Egg-It, which sells Hong Kong-style waffles. For his second project, he chooses a bright Pantone-theme. The restaurant's fun palette fits their colorful drinks and desserts, and even the menu is styled like swatches.
"Wala pang nagse-serve nang ganoon. Usually rollerblades kapag '50' concept. Now, since trend siya, we serve using hoverboards. Plus we teach customers who want to learn," says Mark.
Hue Cafe serves fresh juices, slushies, and smoothies, as well as mug desserts and cakes. The hoverboards aren't there for anything except conversation, but if you bring a date, at least you'll have something to talk about. Just make sure the servers don't trip over the two of you.
Hue Cafe is at 2/F House of Fashion Cafe, 109 V. Luna Extension corner Maginhawa Street, Quezon City.