Dreamland Arts and Cafe

Calling all Instagrammers/Foodie, ready your phones as this cafe is going your way. If you’re looking for a place to hangout with your friends and loved ones, I’ve got the solution for you. Have you heard “Dreamland Arts & Crafts Cafe?” If not, then this blog might help you. Curious enough? Just keep scrolling 🙂

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Photo not mine (Credits to owner)

How to get there?

Via Commute:

  • Ride a bus from any of these bus stations (Uniwide Coastal Mall in Pasay City & San Agustin Bus Terminal in LRT Taft Buendia Pasay) bound to Tagaytay City
  • Drop off Tagaytay Rotonda
  • From Tagaytay Rotonda, you can walk going to the place for just atleast 5 minutes
  • Dreamland was near Cityland Condo, beside Verazza Hotel

Address:

Located in: Tagaytay City
  • Purok 157 Brgy. San Jose, Tagaytay City Proper, Tagaytay, Philippines 4120
  • There is also one branch in Lipa City too!
  • Contact #:+63 917 652 9075

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The cafe looks ordinary outside but once you get inside, it was different. The whole place was artsy and pretty cool, filled with dream catchers around the area.Every corner is instagram worthy so be sure your phones are ready cause you can’t help but took a lot of photos.

FOOD

(Food price starts from P150 above)

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Food counter (You can ask for some board games here, just leave one ID)

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Menu

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Chicken and Tapasilog 🙂

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Dream de Leche

My boyfriend and I ordered a Tapa & Chicken Silog (although their names were Tap-a Dream & Chick-a-Dream), Avocado and Dream de Leche for our drinks. The food was okay, nothing special. It’s also a bit pricey but the serving is enough to satisfy the appetite of 2 persons already. But just a little reminder, you have to wait for 30 minutes up to an hour before they serve the foods. Cause I’ve heard that the reason behind it is that they we’re not a “fast-food” so they really cook their foods slowly.

SHOP

Dreamland Cafe also sells dream catchers, key chains, books and other artsy stuffs. Just ask for assistance. (Note: It’s kinda pricey!)

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OTHER PHOTOS

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Wall decor outside the cafe

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This one’s too cute. Lots of quotable quotes. It’s also where you can leave your shoes before going to second floor.

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Ceiling decor

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Since it’s a NO-WIFI zone, there are books you can read while waiting for your orders to be served.

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Just another instagrammable corner where you and your friends could take a picture.

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(Real life emoji) haha!

EXPENSES

Bus fare: P77.00 (going to Tagaytay) P80.00 (going back  to Manila)

Drinks: P420.00 (good for 2 persons)

Foods: P360.00 (Tapa and Chicken Silog good for 2 persons)

MY OVERALL REVIEW:

As I said earlier, place was too instagrammable so you can take a lot of pictures here. Food was good but nothing special about it and kinda pricey. Travel time is about 3 hours because of the traffic.The space wasn’t enough for the number of people it was accommodating! One thing I don’t like about Dreamland is their service. I find their staffs not accommodating/unfriendly. They don’t smile and napakabagal kumilos. Paisa-isa yung dating ng order mong pagkain, and worst natatambakan ng ibang order yung order mo! You need to follow up cause if you don’t, matagal ka pang maghihintay. If I were to rate this place, I’d give them 3 out of 5.

There you have it guys. I’m just being honest with my review here. I hope they can improve their service in the future to avoid disappointment. Lalo na yung mga dumayo pa sa Tagaytay.

 

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