November 11, 2014

Bacolod's Cafe Bob's

            After having a sumptuous lunch at 21 Restaurant, we decided to hang out at Café Bob’s which is just across 21 in Lacson Street.

            Café Bob’s is not just a café which the name misconstrues but it is an establishment in its own. Inside Café Bob’s is the restaurant and cafe which serves pizza, pasta, a lot of cakes and pastries and a multitude of coffee and tea concoctions; Cab, the gelato corner; and Deli, the gourmet shop which offers cold cuts, cheeses, wines and other epicurean food.

            A friend suggested we ordered Café Bob’s famous grilled ensaymada.


Grilled Cheese Ensaymada. The ensaymada is toasted to perfection. It has a really crispy exterior and still retains the soft interior of the customary ensaymada. There’s also a very generous amount of cheese under the thin layer of brittle sugar on top.

            The only thing I don’t like about it is the serving time. Our coffee and tea were already tepid when it arrived, so it was about 30 minutes.


            One of my friends ordered this beautiful cake. I don’t know the name of the cake but it was light and sweet. Best paired with a hot coffee.
           
            After about an hour, finally, the rain stopped. So Masskara Festival, here we come!!



Café Bob’s
21st Lacson Street
Bacolod City, Negros Occidental
Tel: +63.34.7091091
Operating Hours
Sun – Thurs: 8am to 11pm
Fri – Sat: 8am to 1am


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