Step along Maginhawa Street at Teacher’s Village and you’re in for a delectable treat. No wonder Maginhawa is dubbed as the food capital of Quezon City. One will be amazed to find that the street is lined with restaurants, bars, cafes, and food stalls that serve Korean, Chinese, Japanese, Malaysian, Indian, Italian, and, of course, our very own Filipino cuisine, boasting regional specialties. There’s also an array of mouthwatering homemade sweets, hot and cold drinks, and specialty coffees.
But what sets Talisay The Garden Cafe apart from the rest is its inviting ambiance. Nestled near the Holy Family School, Talisay, established in 2019, has that modern but homey feel that entices visitors and guests to relax while indulging in good food. What’s more, the food is budget-friendly and truly delicious — and even healthy. Bonus: The owner and the staff are very accommodating, making sure that your dining experience is one that you won’t forget.
Plus, the place is in pristine, clean condition, with greens all over.
So, if you are looking for good food, nice dining place with attentive staff, come to Talisay Cafe anytime!