Here is the second installment of the Spotting South Treats series because I’ve discovered a few more places to chill. Also, a lot more restos and cafes are sprouting in the area.
- The Pork Chop Factory – As their name says, they serve all things pork chop – from their signature grilled pork chop to Filipino dishes with pork infusion. You can also choose from their selection of sauces that can go with your favorite chop.
2. Peri Peri Charcoal Chicken – This African-style chicken has stepped into the south in their newest branch in Solenad 2. I personally loved their El Fuego, moist brownie with vanilla ice cream on top and covered in toasted marshmallow. It’s like a step higher S’mores. Yuuum.
3. Yellow Sweets Cafe – Deeper down Pacita lies this little nook that serves your usual cafe, frappes and sweets. It was okay but, hard to find if you’re not from the vicinity.
4. Fig Tree Cafe and Events – A quaint cafe in Southwoods that has really good food. The Pork Binagoongan was a runaway favorite. Their other entrees were filling, too. You can also rent the place for your special events. They have cutesy interiors by the way
5. Java’s Music Cafe – Java’s pride in their fusion of music and food. Their walls are filled with music decor and, you can feel at peace in the cozy ambiance of this cafe. Must try are their monster milkshakes and CakeShakes!
6. Luna Kapihan – This famous Specialty Coffee place in BGC has now opened in Alabang. Known for their distinctly crafted beverages, they also serve rice meals, pastries and, cakes. Because I’m not a ~fan of coffee~, I got a slice of Rainbow Cake (the icing was made of marshmallow!) and Tapsilog which were both delicious. Kudos to their accommodating staff who gave us a free cupcake. 🙂
I’m pretty sure there is a round three of my food crawl. But for now, got to hit the gym and burn all these. Haha!