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CEBU: Tomo Cafe

I wouldn't have discovered Tomo Cafe were it not for my daughter who's anime-crazed. I was told that the staff at Tomo Cafe are in costumes. Tomo Cafe is an old house somewhere in Banilad, Cebu.



The cafe was kinda quiet when we went there since its not yet lunchtime and the cafe is not yet open. But still, they allowed us to go inside. The interiors are nice especially for a cosplay photoshoot- no kidding.


These two ladies walk in after us. So I guess its going to be a busy lunchtime for Tomo Cafe. Btw, tomo- comes from the word "tomadachi" which means "friend" in Japanese.


Chocolate Caramel, P150.


Omu-Rice, P130.


Okonomiyaki, P130.



Food is just okay but the overall ambiance of the cafe makes up for it.

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