Café Panay might not be standing in a perfect spot. Located along a road dominated by the locals and vehicle repair shops of some sort, who would have thought such a place would ever exist?
An array of native delicacies presented like a typical tiangge and there are souvenir items being sold. Plus all-day breakfast meals, good coffee, native delicacies and more.
Every bite and gulp of it can make you feel like… you’ve never left home.
It’s well-kept too and you can almost see the entire kitchen as you make an order (not shown in photos, sorry). Everyone’s well-attended and the owners/staff always behaves in a friendly-manner.
Well, this was a first time experience and thanks everyone for the concern. But it didn’t really hurt so no worries. Blame it on my weight I guess, and the food that I just ate.
The perfect place to waste an entire day and despite being on a much busier street, the aura is so comforting and homey from the inside out. Café Panay is sure a place to be!
What’s exactly on the menu? Just go here. ~(x.x)~