We discovered Café Christina early 2012. This is where we usually meet our wedding suppliers. They have enough parking slots for their guests and they have a beautiful interior. Very cozy. This is our favorite café in the area.
At first, we thought it would be an average café. What a great surprise when the food was served! Delicious food, beautiful plating and hefty serving! Price is reasonable. They also have a number of cakes that you can choose from to match your coffee or simply eat ’em for dessert.
Crispy Pork Binagoongan
spicy chicken wings
The only downside for us is their restroom. You have to go out of the café to use the building’s restroom which they share with other tenants.
But still, Café Christina is definitely a notch above the other options in Antipolo.
Café Christina is located at Femar (FBM) Building, 166 M.L. Quezon Street, Antipolo City, Rizal, M. L. Quezon Ave, Antipolo City
Migs and Alaine Alejandrino
We had a pleasant dinner experience here and I feel sorry that it took a while for me to share it with you. Too bad, I wasn’t able to take photos. The place is so chic.
M Cafe is perfectly located at the corner of Makati Ave and Dela Rosa St, Makati City.
The glass pannels and dim lights add to its elegant vibe. Perfect for dinner dates.
When we were seated, the waiter handed us the menus for M Cafe and Kabila.
Since we weren’t too hungry, we only ordered Sharks fin cilantro dumplings, Honey duck rolls,Kabila’s Pork Bagnet and fresh lemon juice.
I fell in love with their honey duck rolls. Beautifully plated and so delish.
Generous portions of mouth-watering goodness were served to us and our tummies thanked us. We were too full to even order for desserts!
Great food and excellent customer service.
We’re planning to try their Sunday Boutique Brunch soon!
Museum Cafe (M CAFE)
G/F Greenbelt 4, Makati Ave. cor. Dela Rosa St., Ayala Ctr., Makati City, Metro Manila, Philippines
***photos from: http://www.raintreerestaurants.com/