Batangueña as I am, their signage easily caught my attention. With “Ala Eh!”, to which the Batangueños are famous for, who’s Batangueño wouldn’t be interested to have his breakfast in this little diner in Quezon City Memorial Circle?
Rhonnel ordered tapsilog (wondering if it is the famous tapang Taal), while I had Vigan longganisa which I was craving for weeks and chocolate mousse for RJ.
fried rice, cured beef and sunny side up egg with pickled papaya on the side; P70 ($1.60)
fried rice, Vigan longganisa, sunny side up egg with pickled papaya on the side; cost P90 ($2)
chocolate mousse with free drinks of your choice; cost P80 ($1.80)
Ala Eh! Cafe Amadeo also serves different flavors of coffee such as the famous Batangas’ “kapeng barako” and Cavite’s “kapeng alamid”.