I took a month-long rest from cafe hunting because of the Omicron variant, and I opted for deliveries from nearby cafes instead to make up to my Kape Tayo, Rizal followers. Actually, I have asked for Cafe Juana’s address last December since I was planning to visit their cafe that week, but I decided not to push through after getting cough and colds (though I am not COVID-19 positive).
How to Go to Cafe Juana
Ride an Antipolo-Tanay jeep from any point in Ortigas Avenue Extension and then go down at Estacion. My Google Maps was open the whole time, so when I was near the spot, I asked the driver to drop me off. (I also told the driver to drop me off at Estacion, but it’s better to have a backup plan.) It’s easy to locate once you’re there; your landmark would be a gasoline station.
What to Expect in Cafe Juana
Cafe Juana is a simple, “very tita” cafe—I must say—situated in Morong. It can accommodate around 20 or more people, I think, compared to the nook cafes I had been to lately. It is accentuated with native blinds, real indoor plants, and a whole wall painted with brown.
Although there were no plugs, I was able to work there. (I love, love working in cafes. I become triple times productive.)
What to Eat in Cafe Juana
I ordered their chicken pesto (PhP 160), oreo cheesecake, (PhP 130), and java chip frappe (PhP 150). Originally, I wanted to order a hot cup of coffee, but the weather made me change my mind.
Their chicken pesto tasted unique (compared to the other chicken pestos I’ve tasted before). There was something about the herbs they used.
For more information, visit this post by Kape Tayo, Rizal.
Cafe Juana Estacion San Guillermo, Morong, Rizal 12 p.m. to 9 p.m. https://facebook.com/cafejuana