It was a long time ago when I planned going to Ness’ Cafe, but my plans were pushed due to unforeseen circumstances. Now that I have started to get back to coffee-shop hunting again, I vowed to put Ness’ Cafe to my priority list.
How to Go to Ness’ Cafe
Ride a jeep going to Antipolo-Tanay (not Antipolo Simbahan). Open Google Maps since some jeepneys take alternative routes. For example, Ness’ Cafe told me to go down at Jollibee Tanay, but the jeep turned to a road nearer to the cafe to avoid traffic. Anyway, tricycles were available. I think it would be safe to go down at the terminal itself.
When you ride a tricycle, open Google Maps. The driver could help you get to Ness’ Cafe. The coffee shop was easy to find anyway since it was at the side of the road.
What to Expect in Ness’ Cafe
Ness’ Cafe is a minimalist nook cafe with a relaxing vibe. It’s more of a casual cafe than a coffice. If you’re catching up with friends in Tanay, I would recommend here. In fact, during my stay there, there were teachers discussing about schoolwork, teens creating Tiktok videos and exchanging books, and friends having a conversation.
I was shy to take my picture because of the number of visitors, but one of the baristas was kind enough to do me a favor. Thank you!
What to Eat in Ness’ Cafe
I ordered carbonara (PhP 110), chocolate cookie (PhP 45), and their caramel macchiato (PhP 110). Their carbonara tasted sweet. Pasta dishes were often briny, so this was one for the books.
Learn more about my filterless experience in Ness’ Cafe through my post in Kape Tayo, Rizal.
Ness' Cafe 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. Nesdy Compound Sampaloc Road, Tanay, Rizal https://www.facebook.com/ness.cafeph