14 Four Cafe
New year, new adventures. People are recovering from holiday expenses and starting the year with goals in life. As for me, you really cannot escape reality. Work will always be the first thing that you’ll ever think of once vacations are over. Oh, why do we have to work?! LOL 🙂 Anyway, since I am also recovering from my holiday expenses, my travel plans will be moved probably by the next month. So, I’ll be taking my adventures to food places for now. Of course, for you to explore with me some awesome food places around the Metro. Speaking of exploration, there’s a hidden cafe in Taytay, Rizal that’s instagrammable and serves delightful food that’s right on the spot. So, let’s explore 14 Four Cafe.
14 Four Cafe
14 Four Cafe is located at 144 Magnolia Lane, Barangay San Isidro, Gregoria Heights Subdivision, Taytay, Rizal. From EDSA Shaw or Cubao, you can ride a jeepney or UV Express that will pass along Ortigas Ave. Ext. Drop off at Tropical Hut, Singer. Then you can ride a tricycle going to the cafe. It’s really accessible and you won’t get lost, trust me. 🙂
A Cozy Place To Dine
The most interesting part of going to this place is seeing a not so usual restaurant arrangement that’s equipped with modern furniture and design. Some say it is a furniture showroom which you can feel once you’re in. But, the concept is unique in its own way. I can say that this place is perfect for casual
14 Four Cafe surely is artistic in its own way. This is the reason why many people visit this place. Oh, and by the way. When we went here, we noticed that most visitors have DSLRs, compact cameras, and some high-end equipment. Kind of like, unspoken rule when you visit. Must bring a nice camera! 🙂
14 Four Cafe offers an all-day brunch ranging from sandwiches to pancakes, Rice meals of Pinoy all time favorite. Lastly, a range of unique pasta dishes. Serving time is 20 – 30 minutes. Try out their best-sellers, and the Milo Dinosaur 🙂
Click here for the menu.
Spanish Chorizo – 240
Red sauce pasta that’s mixed with Spanish chorizo and it tastes meaty and garlicky. For a first-timer like me, it tastes good. But, I personally don’t prefer red sauce pasta. Don’t get me wrong, I just have red sauce as the last option if I am to eat pasta. 🙂
Signature Tapa – 210
An all-time Filipino favorite breakfast combo. Tapa with garlic rice and egg. You can never go wrong with this. One of their best-sellers, the meat is tender and tasty. Perfect with a glass of iced tea.
Aligue + Tuyo Pasta – 240
Their best-seller pasta. Aligue is crab fat and tuyo is a dried fish that is usually combined perfectly with garlic rice. This time, they are combined to form a creamy, salty, and yummy pasta that’s flavorful but not overpowering. Definitely, a must try. 🙂
Crispy Adobo Flakes – 210
A Pinoy favorite, too! Pork Adobo that was shredded and fried to a perfect crisp. Very tasty and truly goes well with garlic rice and egg. I ordered this with the Milo Dinosaur as my drink.:)
Milo Dinosaur – 75
Your ordinary milo drink with milk and drizzled with Milo powder. My favorite. 🙂
Monte Cristo – 180
Your ham & cheese sandwich that is battered and pan fried. Drizzled with sugar and served with strawberry jam. A nice option if you want to eat light.
14 Four Cafe isn’t really a large place especially the inside. But the outside is larger and can accommodate more people especially if your group has a smoker or you just want to have a chilly wind outside and enjoy the sophisticated area.
It is definitely a nice place to dine. Very refreshing to see concepts like this. Their food were all good and do not disappoint. The price is reasonable too. But, the place really stood out as it was really relaxing and comfortable. I will definitely go back to this place and introduce this to my other group of friends. 🙂
Do you have any suggestions that we can try nearby? Let me know in the comments section. 🙂
For more information about the cafe, visit their website here.