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Café Yama In Tagaytay Is Your Next Dining Destination

Café Yama In Tagaytay Is Your Next Dining Destination

Looking for a new place to satisfy your Japanese cravings while having beautiful hillside views? Café Yama is a place where you need to be!

Photo Credits: Facebook | Cafe Yama

Café Yama In Tagaytay Is Your Next Dining Destination

We all know Tagaytay is a convenient go-to-destination for Manila residents and for the people who want to experience serenity in such a short drive. If you are one of those people check out this Japanese coffee place in the South, the Café Yama

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Café Yama is a café and restaurant with a Japanese concept that opened last February this year. Besides giving enjoyment to seeing wonderful hillside views and experiencing the Tagaytay breeze, you can feel that you are actually in Japan.

Photo Credits: Facebook | Cafe Yama

The name Cafe Yama is Japanese also because Yama is a Japanese word that means “Mountain”. It means cafe in the mountain. It made sense because the cafe is located at Crosswinds Tagaytay and is considered a place full of beautiful landscapes.

IG Worthy Cafe- Resto Place

The outdoor and indoor interior of the café is the perfect place to be in your feed. It has furniture mostly made of wood that keeps the zen theme vibe of the café-resto. Also, the style interior with traditional ornaments will make you feel a Japanese vibe.

Photo Credits: Facebook | Cafe Yama

When you enter Café Yama, you notice their beautiful wall which is a mural featuring sakedaru (sake barrels), and their ceiling is furnished by wagasa which is a Japanese oil-paper parasol. The Japanese lanterns and shop banners light up the dining areas at night.

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Cafe Yama’s Menu

Aside from being an IG-worthy place, it also features mouth-watering food and beverage that can satisfy your Japanese craving.

They serve classic Japanese dishes from noodles, donburi, sushi, and sashimi to their Japanese caffeinated drinks. Also, they have delicious appetizers, salad, and sandwiches to try out.

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For their Japanese beverages, they serve a wild variety of coffee and also alcoholic drinks like beer. In addition to that, they serve Japanese-inspired lattes.

Café Yama is located at Crosswinds, Central Calamba Road, Barangay Iruhin, Tagaytay City for you to visit and their opening hours are from 8:00 am to 9:00 pm daily. So go explore, dine and experience the Japanese flavor through Café Yama.

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