My cafe hunting in the past years has proven me that many instagrammable cafes and restaurants in Rizal aren't discovered by many yet. True enough, Jill and Pops popped up on my Facebook feed last December. They've been in the dining business for two years already, and as of 2020, they already have two branches … Continue reading Jill and Pops: A Hidden Hangout Place in Taytay, Rizal
I've been looking for instagrammable spots around my town and was lucky to discover Pixcone in Taytay, Rizal, an ice cream shop near a hospital where my father and I are "frequent, loyal customers." Really, why have I found this only now? Directions Lucky for me, I only had to cross from Primark Town Center … Continue reading Pixcone: Ice Cream, Anyone?
Roundabouts are often busy areas where cars are congested most of the time—although they were supposed to have the opposite effect—resulting in heavy traffic. However, amid the very occupied roundabout in Dolores, Taytay, Cafe Bueno seems to give a calming aura, almost negating the crowdedness in the junction, sharing a stillness that of a mountain. … Continue reading Cafe Bueno: Your Crib in a Busy Roundabout
Of course, I've been here too many times but not with my baby pentax. I haven't written a blog about them before, and I know it's already "late for their limelight," if you know what I mean, but nothing is too late for a tita, right? Company I was here to meet two of my closest … Continue reading A Cafe for Titas of Rizal: 14 Four Cafe
Update: Cafe Caudal is now closed. I posted one about Cafe Caudal last April 18, 2018, but I wasn't able to give details about it. One of my go-to cafes is Cafe Caudal, a cafe just a few minutes away from Taytay Palengke, SM Taytay, and—most especially—my mom's grave in Mt. Zion. Directions Ride a … Continue reading My Go-To Cafe: Cafe Caudal