Sunday, February 21, 2016

Dreamland


One happy day, after a tiresome roadtrip, my friends and I searched for a new place to relax and refresh. Then we found this hole-in-the-wall café in Purok 157 Calamba Road, Tagaytay. Another good thing about this café is that they are 24/7!






The place is quaint and charming because of its bohemian and indie-inspired theme. This café is adorned with various trinkets, knickknacks, and accessories that they also sell. How I love their Dreamcatchers! They can customize it according to the  buyer's preference.



They encourage their customers to bond over good food and engaging talks hence, the no Wi-Fi zone they implement. I am impressed with their vision to make people live by the moment even for a short period of time. They want their customers to feel like they entered the colourful and carefree world of Dreamland. The vibe here is very cozy, relaxing and full of happy things to cheer you up.

Their menu boasts from simple and healthy options to complex and hearty meals. Their desserts and drinks sounds interesting too. The cute and naughty names of their food might catch the curiosity out of you.
While waiting for your order you can borrow (you need to surrender an I.D.) game boards to play with, books to read, and art materials to draw. You can even display your creation on their wall and let your masterpiece be part of their design.

On the half second floor, customers can eat there indian-seat style with their shoes off. Something very homey, indeed.





I highly recommend this place for those who want to escape from the busy city and experience relaxation with delicious food. Plus brownie points for those who wants to shop for some indie items! 

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