Dream Catcher Cafe in Lipa, Batangas

Last December, I went to a pilgrimage in Batangas with Justin’s friends (co-teachers). We went to Dreamland Arts & Crafts Cafe in Lipa Batangas for lunch. At first, I didn’t know what to expect. I honestly haven’t seen such a dreamy (sorry for being redundant) cafe at least in Manila.

_MG_0046 _MG_0048 _MG_0049 IMG_0052 IMG_0054  Most of their meals are on the healthy / organic side. Yay for me!

IMG_0055 IMG_0056 IMG_0057Such a pretty  (dream)catch(er)

IMG_0058 IMG_0065My sister will definitely like this owl-shaped dream catcher

IMG_0066Don’t let your dreams, just be dreams.

IMG_0067 IMG_0068 IMG_0069Dream Catcher IMG_0071 IMG_0072Yay for promoting a sustainable lifestyle

IMG_0073 No wifi, sorry!

IMG_0075 IMG_0076 IMG_0078 IMG_0081 IMG_0083 IMG_0085 IMG_0088 IMG_0089Don’t you just love the cozy ambiance of the place?

For their food, we ordered their crispy mojos (we finished it in a snap so no photos), tapa rice and chicken alfredo. What to get? We all loved their mint/cucumber smoothie. Not sure if that’s the exact name for that drink tho.

Why would I love to go back? Aside from the fact that I don’t have any OOTD photos at the cafe, they have an in-house crafter that could make / personalized dream catchers for you at an affordable price. As I’ve mentioned, they’re also promoting sustainable lifestyle by using both recycled and handmade items / furnitures.

149 Yakal St. Villa Lourdes Subd. Purok 5 Brgy. Tambo, Lipa City
(2mins. walk from De Lasalle Lipa and 4mins. walk from Robinson’s Lipa)
If you’re coming from Batangas, before reaching the overpass in front of De Lasalle Lipa turn right to Villa Lourdes Subdivision then turn right again (Yakal st.), second lot to your left you’ll see us beside “The Yard Burgers and Sausages”. Check their Facebook page for more info.

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