Authentic Egg Drop Sandwich at 6D Cafe in Rodriguez Rizal

Ever since I started Kape Tayo, Rizal, different cafes pop in my feed, usually sponsored, and I’m tempted to visit them in one go. But I had work, and I wished there were 8 days in a week so there’d be 5 days for work, 1 day for chores, 1 day to socialize (or just do my hobbies), and 1 day just to totally rest, meditate, and self-reflect. Anyway, that point aside, I saw 6D Cafe as a sponsored ad on Facebook. Since it was located in Rizal and I still had no cafes to go next in this municipality, I decided to give this a go

How to Go to 6D Cafe

From Ortigas Avenue Extension, ride a jeep going to Cubao and then tell the driver to drop you off at McDonald’s so you could walk to the street where the Montalban and San Mateo jeeps seek for passengers. On the other hand, you could also go down at Tropical near Sta. Lucia East Grand Mall and cross the overpass.

Ride a Montalban jeep and tell the driver to drop you off at “Highway.” There are tricycles there that could take you to 6D cafe, just as long as you show them the map. Let them know it’s within “the oval.” Google Maps is our friend.

What to Expect in 6D Cafe

6D Cafe is a Korean-inspired coffee shop, serving Korean dishes and sometimes organizing cup-sleeve events for K-pop groups, particularly BTS.

It’s also a minimalist cafe. The interiors only had wooden chairs and tables, warm lights, and a huge mirror to make an illusion of space. Indoors could fit only around eight individuals, so there were more tables and chairs outside.

They had buzzers so you’d know if your order was ready, and you could either get it in the cashier itself or the sliding window in the indoor dining. It’s more of a casual cafe, not a coffice; they only have one socket available to use, and their CR is for employee use only (so you can’t stay long if you have bladder control problems).

What to Eat in 6D Cafe

I ordered their tiramisu iced coffee (PhP 170) and their beef teriyaki egg drop sandwich (PhP 200). I rarely order burgers and sandwiches, but this one—I tell you—is a worth-remembering, must-try sandwich. Really, really worth the buy.

For more information about this experience, visit Kape Tayo, Rizal‘s Facebook page.

6D Cafe
10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
681 Ipil St. Rodriguez, Rizal

Flowers and Coffee at Pastella Cafe

Going to Pastella Cafe took almost two hours—four in total—of my rest day that week, but as I am dedicated to visiting coffee shops around Rizal, it was worth the visit for me.

How to Go to Pastella Cafe

Cross the bridge from Sta. Lucia East Grand Mall and then ride a jeep going to Montalban. Tell the driver to drop you off at Montana, but make sure your Google Maps is also open as a guide. As of this writing, the fare I paid for was PhP 30.00.

What to Expect in Pastella Cafe

Pastella cafe is an indoor nook cafe with two tables, so at most six people could fit the venue if they follow social-distancing rules. One side of the shop is filled with dried flowers that are also for sale, while the other side is for seating. This is a perfect venue for your small barkada chikahan when you’re in Montalban or Marikina.

What to Eat in Pastella Cafe

For my lunch, I ordered their cordon bleu (PhP 130) and iced cafe mocha (PhP 85). I wish they could improve the formula for their iced mocha, as there seemed to be too much ice. On the other hand, I only have good words for their cordon bleu, especially the cheese inside it.

For more information, visit this post by Kape Tayo, Rizal.

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Pastella Cafe
27 A. Mabini Street, Burgos, Rodriguez, Rizal
11:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.