Dalgona coffee has been a trend since the pandemic started two years ago. But the origins of this trend can be traced back to the ’70s as a Korean street food named “ppogi.” And if you have watched the popular Netflix series Squid Game,” then you are familiar with the “honeycomb toffee.”  Since we cannot travel to Seoul to visit Café Cha, you may want to check out Café Dalgona here at Silang, Cavite.


The place was spacious enough, perfect for people concerned about social distancing. The earthy colors they have used in their furniture were enhanced by the yellow lights hanging on their ceiling. They also used bricks on the walls to break the design, making this café another Instagrammable place to visit.


They have an in-house bakery that offers bread and pastries to go with your coffee. Since they are still on soft opening, some options are unavailable. The prices are competitive, but I would expect that this will go up once the location becomes popular.

I have tried their Custard Cream wrapped on a soft bun, perfect for a hot coffee. You can also enjoy the Tuna Curry on either a hot or iced coffee of your choice.


Since this is a coffee shop, we cannot skip trying their coffee. For this visit, I chose to drink their Iced Dalgona Coffee. To my surprise, it was a treat! Instead of using the whipped cream consistency, they have used a honeycomb toffee. It makes you enjoy your iced coffee while munching the sponge-like candy.


Payment: Cash Only
Facebook: Cafe Dalgona
Location: Km 49, Lalaan 1st, Silang, Cavite. (Beside Total Gas Station)

I will visit this place again as this is just a 10-minute drive from Tagaytay City. Stay safe!

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