I first knew about Trabi Cafe because of Kim Derla, though after further research, I learned that Trabi already relocated, still in Binangonan but not in Tayuman. Since I had a catching-up to do with my high school friend Dianne who lives in Binangonan, I decided to give Trabi Cafe a try.
Ride a jeep going to Angono. Tell the driver to drop you off at SM Center Angono. There are tricycles that could take you to Casa Hiraya. Trabi Cafe is just inside.
Trabi means “travel and bike.” On their Facebook, they stated, “Originally, we would like to cater coffee to most bikers in the morning, to and from Tanay, or people who dropped by in our bike store neighbour to have their bikes repaired or get themselves new ones.” I thought it was a good concept, and I wish they would have considered this when they relocated. But their new home in Pag-asa, Binangonan, is not so bad. In fact, I find the location relaxing, peaceful, and personal.
It seemed that my friend and I arrived too early, though I’m not sure of their peak time. We were the only customers at around 4:00 p.m., making our catching-up conversation more private. So if you’re looking for a relaxing hangout where you can meet and chat with your friends, I recommend going to Trabi Cafe.
My newfound diet was not a hindrance to reviewing their food. I asked my friend to rate what she ordered: Sabrina S’mores cake (Php 125) and macchiato (Php 80). There was no problem with her coffee; she loved it, in fact. However, the layers of the cake were a bit tough at first, but it generally improved as she finished eating it. Together, an 8/10.
9:00 a.m.–12:00 a.m.
0905 Sitio Hanggan, Pag-asa, Binangonan