Monday, September 26, 2016

Casa Abuela, Antipolo City

The wife and I were curious about Casa Abuela, which we usually pass by on the way to and from Sumulong Highway from and to our home along Ortigas Avenue Extension. After some time procrastinating (and passing the area so many other times), we finally decided to drop by one Saturday afternoon for merienda.

The furniture here seems an eclectic connection
A view of the inside of the restaurant shows a variety of furniture. Most look very comfy to sit in. Perhaps your choice of seats depends on your mood or your company?
Cakes, pastries and other items they offer are posted near the counter along with notes from customers who have enjoyed these.
An old chest converted into a table has underneath the glass top various notes, some on stationery, containing greetings and praises for the food and the service.
We decided to have a few slices of sansrival to take home. This is really good and highly recommended.
Here are the other cakes available that day

We always enjoy eating out and are quite selective whenever we are with our daughter. We thought Casa Abuela has very good food judging from the notes all around the restaurant, and our daughter enjoyed her ensaymada and some sansrival. The Clairvoyant also enjoyed her coffee. We will be back to try out their meals and we are also curious about their take-outs for when we have guests to feed over lunch or dinner.

We also want to promote our chosen city of residence and what better way to promote our home city but through some of its restaurants. Tangkilikin ang sariling atin!


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