- 13 reviews
This is the first spot that we checked out in the afternoon of our first day in PP. It's around 15 minutes away from our hotel but a bit far from the city center. What we did is we hop in a multicab with an "Irawan" signage. Then jist told the driver where we're going. He dropped us at an ...Popular withGreenDesignOutdoor
I love their pastel! Personally, it's better than the ones in Vjandep because they are less sweet and the bread's fluffier. Since their branch in Limketkai is a full service bakery/cafe, try their other breads, fresh fruit juices and gelatos. I've managed to try their beer flavored gelato and it was good!
The best place to get pies and desserts in town. Guava-apple pie is the best here. Breakfast (Philippines breakfast) wasn't very impressive, but pastries are good. There is also a small market you can buy baked goods in the side of the restaurant. It wasn't available when I was there, but brewed coffee (50 p) is refillable. Air-conditioned.Popular withLocalFoodiesBackpackers
We were on our way back from the Club Punta Fuega when our host immediately pulled over the side of the highway to stop here. Literally, this "house" was facing the highway. I've been telling him since I arrived in PH, that I was craving REAL cassava cake, so I was extremely lucky that we came across this gem! It ...Popular withBudgetLocalFoodies