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A Bohemian charm endures in Café Leopold Hawelka. Old posters adorn the walls, while Thonet chairs continue to occupy the floor. Take your Wiener Mélange (Viennese cappuccino) to one of the booths and observe locals enjoying spoonfuls of the coffee house’s famous Buchteln (sweet rolls filled with plum jam)! The staff here are rather friendly, following the footsteps of founder Leopold Hawelka who, up until his death in 2011, would always welcome his patrons with a smile.
As the name goes, a cafe in a burrow. If you’re looking for a place that’s rustic, airy, fresco, and of course, aesthetic, then head to Burrow Cafe. This place takes rustic mornings to the next level. The cafe itself is located below the entrance. From the parking, you will descend 95 steps (trust me it’s worth it!). Food and ambiance is superb, a bit pricey but definitely worth it because of the quality. And of course, definitely an Instagrammable place! 🍃🌿🪵
Cafe Agapita is a great coffee shop in Silang. Their Spanish Latte is my favorite iced coffee. Also, the Agapita bun is very recommended to try. The place is really nice, it’s quiet and the ambience is great because there’s a lot of trees and plants. I was really happy because I shared this experience with my childhood best friend.