As you may all know, I live in the town of Cainta in Rizal province. I’ve been looking for cafes to feature here on my blog not only to help cafe hunters find a new place to explore but also boost our town’s popularity, even in my own way.
Near our residence is Pageturner Cafe, which easily captured my attention because of the huge arch that welcomes its customers.
How to Go to Pageturner Cafe
If you are coming from Taytay, Angono, or Antipolo, ride a jeep going to Crossing, Tropical, or Sta. Lucia and tell them to drop you off at Valley Golf. You’ll see Primark Town Center as you go down. Just turn left from the parking lot, and browse through the restaurants at the side. Pageturner Cafe is in front of Ministop and beside Pan De Manila.
Place and Ambience
Good for around twenty to thirty people, Pageturner Cafe relaxes its customers through its unpainted but furnished cement walls, wooden tables, and snake plants to add some nature vibes. They have card games, which groups can use for a little fun time. Books are free to borrow as long as customers know how to return them to their original places.
What to Eat in Pageturner Cafe
This has been, so far, my favorite caramel macchiato, which costs Php 130. I’ve been here three times, and although I want to try other blends, I’d end up sticking with it. I love how it can be creamy without being overly sweet, unlike other cafes where I have to put sugar until I ruin its mixture.
The New York Style Cheesecake was okay. I hope they could level up their pastries so they could look more apetizing, but since Pageturner is a small cafe, I understand the lack of variety. They also serve pasta and sandwiches, but these were out of stock during my visit.
10 a.m.–10 p.m.
Primark Town Center Cainta, Ortigas Ave. Ext., Cainta, Rizal