7 Must-Try Cafes in the Philippines For Your Next Hang Out 🍵

If you’ve noticed, I really like trying out new cafes and sharing about them here. When you’re living in the city, new hangout spots will make you feel excited. Well, that’s for me. Is it the same with you?

Just this afternoon, I went to the media launch of Book and Borders at Olympic Heights in Eastwood. They also have branches in Tomas Morato and Tuscany Mckinley Hill. Lots of my friends ask me to visit their branch in Tomas Morato before since they know that I love books and cafes. The name “Book and Borders” seems really inviting. I haven’t visited any of their branches until today.. FINALLY! I’m going to visit their branch in Tomas Morato with my friends soon.
Dessert in the Sky (DITS) in Iloilo. With cozy chairs like this, who won’t want to hangout here? My friend from Iloilo told me that they usually visit this cafe whenever they want to relax. I’ve visited this cafe twice in a day before we left Iloilo. It’s in the city so you surely won’t miss it. Sunnies Cafe has a new branch in SM Megamall. YAY! It’s a bit closer to me compared to their branch in BGC. I got to try this branch with Ana and Ava after Ana’s workshop for Fujifilm. I had chicken and pancake since they still don’t have chicken and waffle on the menu. Chapters A Book Cafe in Dipolog is also a must-try. If you’ve noticed a pattern, anything with BOOK and CAFE is very appealing to me. This cafe is Alice in Wonderland inspired with “eat me” and “drink me” signs all around. That’s another plus!Balay Dako is not really a cafe but a restaurant in Tagaytay but I wouldn’t really suggest it for their dishes (I’m not sure about everyone’s taste). For me, if it’s a cafe, it’s a perfect hangout spot with beautiful view, interiors, hot americano and cozy seats. Mrs. Grahams is tiny and always packed but since you can order from them and have it delivered at Mr.Grahams which is just beside it, I’m solved. Macarons and sandwiches, yum! I was actually lured by their pokemon shaped macarons last time. Another cafe / restaurant that I always go back to, Le Petit Souffle. I always order kinoko (mushroom in Japanese) frittes for appetiser. It is also Anagon’s fave here. The interiors are very “instagrammable”, too. Try their matcha latte!

What are your fave cafes to visit the Philippines? I need your suggestions especially in Manila, Batangas, Tagaytay and Baguio since I’m visiting soon!

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    December 12, 2016 at 1:13 pm

    Kamiss ang mushroom fritters!

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