While we were driving around looking for a place to hangout one night, we accidentally came across this restaurant one evening. This quaint coffee/dessert place is located in a semi quiet environment that shies away from the busier parts of the city. At first glance it looks like a mid range establishment where people visit to find some peace and solace so they can read and study.

Upon further research, we found out that this place is the first branch of a popular cafe in Japan outside their home country. Why that is so, i do not know, but what i do know is that they are popular when it comes to baking sweets. 

We've come back to this place several times since our first visit, and i'm happy to say that i'm quite pleased with the quality of their baked goods. They have cream puffs, cakes, tarts, and cake rolls in addition to their rice meals that range from short ribs to katsudons. Their dishes can be paired with drinks that range from flavored soda to coffee, all reasonably priced for the caffeine consumer. To sweeten the deal further, all hot drinks are given 50% off of their next refill.

Salinas Drive, Lahug


A: 3.5/5
The meals are mediocre at best, and this place shines the most if you're going to get yourself some sweets and a cup of coffee. Definitely a peaceful place to read a book and pass by time.

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