Coco Amigos is the home of great Mexican Style dishes. They serve a wide variety of selections to choose from that would get you lost in the affordable price range. Plus, the amount of serving is just enough for a man’s meal. Spicy as I like it.
There are still lots of places to show yet so little time! By March 15, 2012, this blog will be inactive for a month and will resume on April. But before that let me give you these as a break for now.
Once more, Budbod Kabog — a Dumaguete delicacy.
Served in Bethel Breakfast.
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Cafe Mamia, is one of the very few coffee shops in Dumaguete. Now if you want to feel the presence of the modern world, you may get the chair and order here. It is designed to have an urbanized interior that opens its doors to those people who prefer being on track and focused but can find a time to have a short break and breathe.
From the previous post, Country Bakers hosted a warm place of home in their shop. However in Cafe Mamia, it can be imagined to be a place beside big buildings along the busy street where you’d stop, have a sip then think about your investment plans, fix the workloads of your boss and get things over with.
You are alone.
You are with someone.
You feel like you wanted to relax for a bit and sip hot brewed coffee escaping from the stressful and noisy life.
You slice a black forest cake then you look back at your laptop and continued typing.
You return a sweet glance to the love of your life as she shyly wear a smile.
You stare outside the glass window and appreciate the peace and silence.
You treat the person in front of you after she accepted your request for interview.
If you are any of those above, then Country Bakers is the place suitable for you!
Admit it. We all have “sweet tooth”‘s.
When it comes to sweets, we even have our own choices! But here in Dumaguete when you talk about sweets and desserts, there’s only one place to go. And that’s Sans Rival Cakes and Pastries!