Our fourth stop was this little cafe called Sega Cofi on a busier street in San Roque, Antipolo. I’m sorry, I am not familiar with the roads in Antipolo and I would be lost without Waze. I just know it was a busy street.
Sega Cofi is small, but cozy, and it’s located near car shops.
The food is okay, we had some pasta, sandwiches and a Baked Salmon (P275). The cheesy Baked Salmon is actually quite affordable at only P275. A similar salmon dish in Manila could easily be upwards of P350.
The rest of the menu is also affordably priced at around P175-P200 (rice meals), with generous servings.
The coffee was good.
Apparently, this cafe has been around for a while and is a local favorite. The food is okay, the prices are reasonable, service is friendly. While it does not look old, it does look like it has been around for a few years and might need a slight makeover to bring it to 2016 and make it stand out from the newer competition.
25 Circumferential Road, San Roque, Upper Antipolo, Rizal
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