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Check out this cafe inside the Santo Domingo Church.

SANTO DOMINGO CHURCH – “Cafe Inggo 1587” is currently one of the favorite getaway of many people because of its delicious foods just situated inside the Santo Domingo Church.

A lot of innovations about foods and cafes have already splattered just anywhere. Everyone has their own spot already on where to go to when they feel like eating, hanging out, relaxing, or just wanting to have their alone time.

Santo Domingo Church

And recently making rounds online is the Cafe Inggo 1587 inside the Santo Domingo Church. The owner Vic Alcuaz and executive chef Willy Domingo were almost priests.

Alcuaz shared, “Everything [here] is programmed to highlight the Church. We exist first in service of the Church and second in service of the parishioners.”

“We wear our Catholic beliefs on our sleeves… We believe we are blessed because we are within [the church],” he furthered according to GMA.

Here’s their contact details and address: 537 Quezon Ave corner Biak na Bato Street, Sta. Mesa Heights, Quezon City. +63915 8071017 | Maundy Thursday and Good Friday: 7am to 10pm.

Here’s their menu:

Santo Domingo Church
Santo Domingo Church

In a blog post, a blogger shared his experience in terms of the food of the said cafe. He ordered a Pancit Guisado worth Php 175.00 never expecting to much but it was so loaded accordingly. It has two slabs of bagnet, a huge shrimp, beef tapa slices, and minced longganisa spread on top of the dish.

Their Lucban Longganisa (Php 200.00) Meal comes with two eggs cooked according to your desire and a brewed coffee. Also, their Home-made Chicken Galantina which is worth Php 220.00 is drizzled with a creamy and milky sauce with a cup of steamed rice.


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