A new café in Dumaguete
A world of childlike dreams
That's their motto according to the menu. In a way I agree because when you enter the place the ambience is very special. The walls are painted with motifs from foreign places like Venice in Italy, Taj Mahal in India, some place in France I think and Machu Picchu in Peru. The ceiling is like a starry sky ornate with books, playing cards, tea cups, cakes, dolls, chairs and a plane. There are sofas with different colors and chairs with different makes, well to make a long story short it's a mixture with a little bit of everything. But the redline is travel, books, coffee & tea and cakes in a cosy atmosphere created in a playful and creative way. So yes... a world of childlike dreams.
A Cheese Sandwich and Latte
On their menu they had a variety of salads, pastas, burgers, soups and Filipino breakfasts. They had many beverages hot and cold. When I was here they unfortunately had ran out of beef patties for the burgers so I ended up order the Bill Chapters Cheese Sandwich and a Cafe Latte.
Chapters Café approved by me
I was disappointed that they couldn't offer any burgers and the cheese sandwich wasn't really what I had been looking forward to. However the sandwich turned out to be delicious and the cafe latte was also approved. They offered iced service water without the need to ask for it. The WiFi was free and it worked good. I could work without any interruptions. They didn't have many electrical outlets to connect the laptop but the staff was very helpful and let me connect to one of the few outlets which were available. At lunch time Chapters Café quickly filled up with guests so obviously it's a popular place which I can understand. Chapters Café is approved by me and I will be back.
Finally the WiFi gave up
I did this review when I actually was sitting here in Chapters Café. At the end of my session the WiFi finally gave up. So I had to connect thru my 3G connection on the phone to finish this review. This is really a common problem, not just at the Chapters Café. Why is the infrastructure for internet so bad in the Philippines? Grrr!!
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