Bagoong Rice with Lechon Kawali | Cafe Alexandra
Deep fried pork on top of fried rice with shrimp paste with pickled paho.
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It was totally random when we discovered this Bagoong Rice with Lechon Kawali from Cafe Alexandra which is a cafe inside APA Farms.
✨Going to the cafe is quite out of the way if you’re not around Liliw or on your way to Majayjay. You might want to check out their rooms and their mini zoo too while you’re there!
✨ Aside from the obvious good pairing of lechon kawali and bagoong rice, the pickled paho that is included in the dish (or pajutan) is a delightful surprise
As of writing, it is currently priced at 195.
*Prices and availability are subject to change without notice
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Worth it and worth a lot of repeats.
Parking Availability and Tips:
There is enough parking space to accommodate a lot of vehicles.
But it’s quite muddy if you happen to come by on a rainy weather.
? You may want to try going into their Mini Zoo too when you’re around here or stay at their accommodation if you want a quick escape from the bustling city.
Has Pet-Friendly Area
Address of Visited Branch:
APA Farms, Brgy, Liliw-Majayjay Road, Majayjay, 4005 Laguna
The tarpaulin outside the gated entrance of APA Farms and Cafe Alexandra.
Cafe Alexandra is a charming and inviting restaurant located in the beautiful town of Majayjay in Laguna, Philippines. The café is known for its delicious and authentic Filipino cuisine, which is made using only the freshest and finest ingredients.
In case you want to Cafe Alexandra for your next food trip when you’re around Liliw to Majayjay, we recommend that you go together with a group so you can enjoy their different food choices and share them together!
Cafe Alexandra’s Lechon Kawali with Bagoong rice is truly a delight especially with their pickled pajutan or paho..
Mangifera altissima is a type of mango that is indigenous to the Philippines and the neighboring areas of Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, and the Solomon Islands. It is sometimes referred to as pahutan, paho, or pajo. In the Philippines, it is not raised commercially; instead, it is taken from the wild.
This Cafe Alexandra branch is an extension of APA Farms. Below we have compiled all the details of Cafe Alexandra:
Disclaimer: We are not affiliated with Cafe Alexandra or APA Farms and do not get any form of compensation for this feature.
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