Barako coffee served so many ways is the highlight. Excellent rice meals from beef tapa to adobo flakes to Adobong Dilaw.
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On our way to Batangas for a swim when we passed by here for a coffee and snack. The place is so comfy! They have reading corner with books! I love how they designed the place with all the antique sewing machines. Their Halo-Halo is...More
Caffeño is one of the best place when you are looking for best dessert in San Juan Batangas. Their "tameles" Cake with flavored of Batangas Coffee and home made ice cream is the best. I also try the Iced Latte and Adobo tortilla and i...More
If you're looking for refreshments and something new, Cafeno is the place. Satisfying rice meals and desserts. Pricey but worth the try. Try barako ice cream and monggo soup served w rice. #musttry for travelers
The only reason this place exists is due to it's prime location along the road to your Batangas resort. The Good: It's reasonably clean, has paintings to look at, and some neat antique Singer sewing machines at the tables for some reason. Your aunt from...More
the service is good, food is average, atmosphere is great, easy to spot, and all in all it is worth the visit.
This is the final pit stop to Laiya where you can taste kapeng Barako, Barako ice cream and Tamales. This restaurant has been in the same spot for years and it was the 1st gasoline station/coffee shop in San Juan, Batangas. It has undergone renovations...More
We had an early lunch at Cafeno on a Monday. Here's what we ate: Tapa - average Coffee - good Tamales - average Chocolate cake - good Dalandan juice - average Interiors: unique Ambiance: relaxing (even if it's right beside a busy road)
good thing we were able to reserve before arrival, the coffee shop is just small.. yet it is very cozy... the food is cheap and yummy... pity some of our orders are out of stock because of many clients i guess.. but overall, if given...More