ISN’T it right to realize how unbearable the summer heat is? Well, it is also right to say that there’s no need to continue bearing the intolerable heat that scalds our productivity since Cagayan de Oro has something to counter the heat that has never left.
Established first in Cabanatuan City, Caffé La Tea is a full-service restaurant that offers the Filipino tradition of gathering through good food, cozy dining ambiance, and genuinely hospitable service. Their specialties include a wide variety of tasteful coffee and milk tea concoctions, and their delicious Filipino fusion cuisines.
Being first in Mindanao, Caffé La Tea is located at the heart of city, Divisoria, along Corrales-Hayes Streets offering customers with a wide array to choose from. You’ll surely be pleased by how everything is a must-try, as they believe in keeping things simple, familiar, memorable—the way comfort food should be.
For a perfect game-day (or any day) food, Caffé La Tea is best known for its Cheezy Beef Nachos with exactly what you’re looking for in nachos: chips, meaty ground beef, melty cheese, salsa, and a jalapeño zap.
You may also indulge yourself with Chili Bombs with chili, ham and cheese inside a fried lumpia, Mozza Lava Sticks breaded with mozzarella cheese slathered with homemade pomodoro sauce you’ll surely enjoy, and ChizBuco, a lumpia-styled appetizer with buco strips, fresh veggies, ham and cheese as one of the unique Filipino food you’d ever taste in the city.
They also offer affordable rice toppings such as Salpicao, a combination of rice and beef cuts. You may want to indulge with their Sisig Rice, and Grilled Liempo, which are surely within your budget without sacrificing quality and delectability.
Good food is always partnered with good thirst-quenchers. Caffé La Tea offers not only milk teas, coffees, hot teas, but they also serve Summer Drinks for chill seekers perfect under the sun’s scorching heat. A choice of four specially-made beverages to sooth your summer cravings: Green Tea Calamansi, Four Seasons Slush, Mango Lychee Slush and Honey Citrus Cooler.
For those who just want to enjoy great conversations, you may want to try their signature milk tea, Harajuku, a combination of wintermelon and dark cocoa, and topped with coffee jelly as “nomnoms.” You may choose to add rocksalt and cheese to make it even perfect.
As a proud true Filipino restaurant, Caffé La Tea takes strong pride to every little detail in enhancing Filipino food and drinks to produce world-class flavor. Caffé La Tea also believes that it’s important to keep the conversation going. But beyond that, we can only truly understand and appreciate Filipino food with our taste buds with good people around.
So see you ‘round!