Mar 9, 2013

Indulging my sweet tooth at Sweet Home Café, Tagbilaran City


There aren't many coffee shops in Tagbilaran City and since I'm a big believer + lover + devotee of coffee culture I was excited to hear about the newly opened* Sweet Home Cafe.

Mawsy and I decided to check it out last December. I was a homebody most of my Christmas vacation so I was pretty excited to go out and try this place out. Click on Read More to know more about our mini food trip in this quaint little cafe.

*Because this blog feature is horribly late, "newly opened" no longer applies.





While I don't like seeing so many colors on myself, I do like seeing it in the world around me. That said, Sweet Home Cafe's cozy and colorful interior design was a refreshing break from the more common dimly-lit, sombre-colored coffee shop. Unfortunately, for some reason the photos I have of the restaurant disappeared from my hard drive :(

Mawsy had an All-American burger (is it made of real Americans?) and a cafe latte while I had the default blueberry cheesecake and a chocolate hazelnut shake. Later on I successfully wheedled Mawsy into ordering their Christmas-themed red velvet cake. }:-)

Time for the food porn!

 All-American burger, P180 @ Sweet Home Cafe

Blueberry Cheesecake, P85 @ Sweet Home Cafe

Chocolate hazelnut shake, P80 @ Sweet Home Cafe

Christmas red velvet cake, P85 @ Sweet Home Cafe

Overall I'd give Sweet Home Cafe 2.5 stars out of 5. The food we ordered, unfortunately, did not really live up to my expectations. Particularly, the burger buns tasted like they were old stock and the red velvet cake was rather dry. On the plus side, the place interiors, like I said, were really relaxing and the staff were friendly and polite.


Sweet Home Cafe fast facts:
  • Shop location: Remolador Street, Tagbilaran City
  • Contact number: (038) 510-6354

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1 comment:

  1. Nice blog Mr. Flei der Maus. I not ashamed of saying that I'm very foodie. I love to try different culture's dishes. I recently tried Kopi Luwak, the world's most expensive coffee. I liked it. It has a unique taste and texture that make it stand tall of all types of coffee on the planet.

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