Monday, May 21, 2007

Cozy Jojie's Cafe

During the height of the election campaign period, me and my husband got a chance to take a little break, after a speaking engagement. We finally tried this new (not so new though) cafe which is located along B. Inting Ave., with a 360 degree view of the Dauis channel.

I have passed by this place a countless of times already, even dropped by a few times, but not to sit and dine in the cafe, but only to buy baked goodies at the bakeshoppe outside it. I have been wanting to try dining in this cafe long time before. And finally, I get to try it this time.

The place is very cozy and a very good place to bring someone for a chat or just to relax and dine. The foods are reasonably priced. We orderd halo-halo, which was yummy. We ordered 'palabok' , which is priced at P75.00 per order and which tastes good and I could say it's one of the few best tasting 'palaboks' availabe in town. We also ordered pizza (the cafe also is a franchisee of Chez' Andre pizza)and it was very good. We were not able to consume the whole pizza though and just took the rest home.

I like the place. I would recommend this place to my friends and family. However, their kitchen seems to be too slow because foods you order took a little longer than the usual, to be delivered to you.

If you are not in a hurry and not too hungry, but just want to keep it easy,enjoy the place and the good food, then you should try Jojie's Cafe.