It was our first time visiting Caffé Sant’Antonio in Silang Cavite. We were excited. We learned about the restaurant through a friend from the workplace.
As we got to the Tagaytay City rotonda, we followed the road going to Bacoor Cavite. It would take around 6 to 10 minutes travel to get to the restaurant. Driving from Tagaytay, the building is located on the left side of the road just in case it would be your first time visiting too… =) I know that feeling too well so I try to get informed as much as possible.
Caffé Sant’Antonio, named after San Antonio de Padua, is run by the congregation of the Rogationist of the Heart of Jesus.
We planned to order their famous brick oven pizza however we learned that the pizzeria is only open Fridays to Sundays, from 1030AM to 930PM. We opted to try the Carbonara and Cheese Pimiento.
One does not need to spend so much money to try a new place. This is what Mihun and I believe in. It is about the experiences and making memories. It is an opportunity to be able to have a feel of the place. A memory you could share with friends. Most especially, a treasure created within the heart.