TRAVELS | Rocks Coffee-to-Go, Dumaguete

 

Last year, my boyfriend and I decided on a very short (half a day) trip to Dumaguete. I was in Siquijor at that time and my boyfriend who was visiting me was going back to Cebu and I decided to go with him to Dumaguete and tour the small city in half a day. There is not much to do in Dumaguete except eat (or visit friends and relatives), and on that particular day, we just decided to take leisurely strolls in the city’s downtown. The day before we took the trip, I decided we will have breakfast at Rock’s Coffee-To-Go at Silliman University. The coffee shop opens at 8:00, and the staff was bright and sunshiny and played a good set of music (reggae!) to accompany us.

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We loved the interiors because it was full of books and the windows were floor-to-ceiling. Books + windows + natural light + boyfriend + coffee = perfect (for me). We ordered their only breakfast meal of pancakes, bacon, eggs, and coffee and we paid P149 each. It was not bad, not bad at all.

** As of July 2016, Rocks Coffee-to-Go is no longer operating.

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