Tagaytay’s Java Jazz Cafe

Java Jazz Cafe

This has been my one of my favorite places in Tagaytay. A small cafe along the road near Picnic Grove. This cafe has a unique and contemporary art interior design. Paintings are all over the place. These paintings are works of painters around the town. According to the crew member of the café, the owner of Java Jazz  is also an artist, that is why to explain the painting concept inside.

Great coffee, pasta, main course dishes, and pastries are offered in Java Jazz in low-cost. You must try their bestselling kapeng barako, tsokolate-eh, and tsokolate-ah. Java Jazz Cafe is the place for relaxing day with a cup of coffee and good music in the background.

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Menu: Coffee, Pasta, Pastries, and Bestseller

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Bestseller: Tsokolate-ah and Toasted Mamon, 99php

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Must Try: Creamy Pasta in Kesong Puti (White Cheese), 99php

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Inside: Art-Museum inspired

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