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Octadix Diner is a brand new restaurant that serves Freshly Baked Goodies and Best Selling All-Time Favorite Filipino Dishes located at E.A. Malabanan Bldg., Mabini St. Brgy II, Batangas City.4 It offers a wide variety of menu from classic rice meals, ala carte filipino dishes, pasta and shakes. You will be surprised that they offer affordable menus which is already inclusive of drinks.
After establishing Kitty Cut Hair and Nails Beauty Salon and Spa – the Hello Kitty themed Salon and Spa in Balagtas, Batangas City, Ms. Kat, the proud owner decided to create another business out of another thing that she really loves, YES! FOOD! Octadix Diner is a Rustic Styled Nature themed restaurant that would fill in your stomachs with All-Time Favorite Filipino Dishes. The restaurant’s name came from combinations of Octa (Greek-Latin Word for EIGHT) and Dix (French word for TEN) which are both notable dates for Ms Kat. Ms Kat by heart is a natural master baker who loves to bake for her friends when they have gatherings at her home. Some of them really loves it and asked her if she could take orders. She’s also a food lover and often travel from resto to resto to take a taste of their best selling food and she try to create her version of it at home.
Octadix Diner, offers affordable menus which is already inclusive of drinks from classic rice meals, ala carte filipino dishes, pasta and shakes.
|Rice Meals: (All served with side dish and iced tea)||Price|
|Grilled Pork Teriyaki||119|
|Grilled Pork Belly||119|
|Grilled Prok BBQ||119|
|Beef Burger Steak||89|
|Octadix Special Rice||129|
|All Day Breakfast:|
|Pasta: (Served with Grilled Bread)|
|Ala Carte (good for 2-3 pax)|
Basically, Octadix Diner is also a combination of Tasty Baked Pastries and Cakes and Ms Kat’s recreation of her Favorite Food. Octadix Diner recently open their first branch at E.A. Malabanan Bldg., Mabini St. Brgy II, Batangas City last August 20, 2017 and it’s been a blockbuster since day 1. Octadix is open from 9am to 8pm from Monday to Sunday. After enjoying their tasty food, you can also take instagramable photos inside the resto since every corner of the place is a work of art. From Japanese Tables, Nature Painted Walls, Frames, Good Lighting etc you can really have your best photos for your social media accounts.
The Coffee Sack Cafe is a newly-opened coffee shop that serves quality brewed coffee and cold drinks with delicious cupcakes, sandwiches and pasta. They are located in San Sebastian Village, Brgy 3, Tanauan City, Batangas, near the front gate of FAITH Colleges.
Erick Rivera , MJ Sayaman and Sean “Cabs” Cabrera were classmates in CCA Katipunan way back 2014-2016 and are equally passionate about food and the restaurant business. After graduation, they went their separate ways putting up businesses as well as accepting jobs in the food industry.
Last year MJ saw an opportunity to put up his dream coffee shop when his parents offered him a commercial space in their Tanauan building. He partnered up with his classmates and got to work in conceptualizing the business, R&D, sourcing of suppliers, building the menu, and finally remodeling the coffee shop space itself. The founders are well-financed and are advised by family members who are entrepreneurs.
At such a young age, these guys are showing determination in learning and taking risks in the business industry. Their passion in cooking put them to where they are now and by putting their heart into it. Their team shows a great example of tight partnership thru friendship.
The Coffee Shop
Coffee Sack occupies the first floor of a prime commercial space about a 100 meter walk from FAITH, Daniel Mercado Hospital, and the old Tanauan City Hall.
The cafe-style place is spacious, and they have a couch that accommodates 10 people for barkada hang-outs. The cafe is also perfect for small business meet-ups because it has these nooks and corners that affords you some privacy.
The owners really want a rustic and homey vibe kind of coffee shop. They play classic songs, the materials used in their furnitures and the interior can be defined as homey vibe.
For bigger groups, they have a conference/ meeting room that can accommodate 20 people at an affordable rate of P1800 for four hours, with unlimited coffee!
Their menu includes:
Sandwich (Php 90)
- Tuna with chips
- Ham with chips
- Cuban Sandwich
Pasta (Php 145)
Coffee (Php 55)
- Brewed Coffee
- French Vanilla
- Caffe Latte
- Cafe Americano
Milkshake (Php 110)
For sandwich lovers, the Cuban is a must-try and one that will make you come back. It is a grilled sandwich with ham, pulled pork, cheese with an amazing spicy sauce that blends into a meaty and delicious bite.
“Excellent coffee + great food + cozy place + very accomodating staff. Definitely one of my go-to places! Cuban sandwich with coffee for the win!!” – Darlene Panghulan, one of the first customers
“I think the concept of the coffee shop shows the personality of the owners by the color and the type of materials used in the cafe which is very strong, the food and its prices are of quality type and very student budget meals. Lastly, the ambience is really homey and class.” – KP Santos, Publishing Editor, WOWBatangas Directory
Address : San Sebastian Village, Barangay 3, Tanauan City, Batangas
Hours of Operation : 10:30AM to 10PM
Mobile : 0915 478 8308/0947 244 0806 | MJ Sayaman/Cabs Cabrera
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
The cold weather will never bother us in any way with our hot Goto-Lomi!!!
Two of the most famous Batangueno dishes combined into one. A traditional lomi using an authentic goto soup, served with fork-tender beef tripe and beef skin, topped with scotch egg, meatballs and Ilocos.
Available for dine-in, take-out, and delivery transactions.
Vilma’s Lechon is a family run business located in Brgy. Bolbok, Lipa City, with a branch in Darasa, Tanauan City, which provides crispy and delicious Lechong Baboy and Lechong Baka with their signature sauce.
Inspired by the legacy left by their parents, Vilma’s Lechon was conceptualized in the 1970s through the hard works of Mr. Felix Leynes and Mrs. Vilma Leynes. Before putting up the lechon business, Mr. Felix Leynes used to supply pigs to one of the most popular Lechon establishments in Manila where he learned the tricks of the trade, eventually put up his own.
In 1983, Vilma’s Lechon was formally opened to the public. Like any other startups, it was not a smooth sail at first. They had their fair share of non-paying customers and scammers. Nonetheless, through continuous innovations and catching of the trend and staying resilient, the establishment was able to overcome these setbacks.
The secret, as per Vilma’s Lechon, is in the pig and cow itself. Mr. Felix Leynes, up to this day, still personally does the trade and quality control of their primary ingredient.
Upon arrival from the city’s slaughterhouse, the carcass is first inspected and goes through secondary cleaning. Then, it is affixed on a steel pole and then stuffed with a mixture of herbs and spices. (They are also open to clients’ special requests in terms of flavorings and stuffing.) Once sewn up, the carcass is rubbed with a combination of milk and water which gives the lechon that enticing red color. The pig is roasted over charcoal fire for around two and a half hours – depending on size – while continuously lathered with oil.
As for the lechong baka, after being slaughtered, it is affixed on a specially produced steel pole. Unlike with Lechon Baboy, the taste of the Lechong Baka does not come from the stuffing but from a specially concocted marinate that has been with the family for years. It is then roasted over charcoal fire and checked from time to time.
Their famous sauce, on one hand, has gone through years of experimenting and perfecting to ensure that it would stand out among its competitors.
They are really friendly and accommodating. Since it is a family owned business and their home serve as the primary business center, the whole family has had a habit of personally catering to their clients’ needs, together with their equally accommodating staff. Despite unpleasant and sometimes depleting experiences with previous customers, they still strive to provide their customers with the best tasting lechon for their festivities and occasions.
Later on, Mrs. Vilma Leynes decided to open an eatery to go along their lechon business. They serve house specialties like lechon, lechong paksiw, and dinuguan.
Over the years, they were able to supply lechon to popular resorts, companies, and fiestas not just in the province of Batangas but also in Metro Manila and other neighboring provinces. They have also had clients who brought the product overseas.
Brgy Bolbok, Katipunan Rd, Lipa, 4218 Batangas
Darasa, Tanauan City, Batangas
Address : Brgy Bolbok,, Katipunan Rd, Lipa, 4218 Batangas
Tel No.043 756 4971
Cellphone No.0917 811 5690 | Bheybie Gonzales
Definitely, no one can say no to Yeiz Tea Taiwan Milk Tea and Fruit Tea. Yes, this is another milk tea shop review but it tastes like no others!
Opened in a corner beside Lipa City Colleges, Yeiz Tea boasts of their perfect blend of milk tea flavors and smoothies.
It’s another milk tea craze to include in our bucket lists to try on!
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Engr. Yesly Amor Maglinao Bustria is the owner of Yeiz Tea, an own brand of milk tea shop that mixes tastes in Lipa City. She is a Licensed Geodetic Engr., Owner of Bustria Land Surveying, Licensed Real Estate Broker and the current Director for Geodetic Engineer Batangas Chapter.
She really loves milk teas and the idea of having a shop, after a failed supposed franchise of a milk tea brand because of some legal matters, she entered an idea of establishing her own brand instead. She trained in Manila for Milk Tea, Fruitea and Smoothie making.
Engr. Yesly made sure that the tastes of Yeiztea products are modified depending on her taste preference and what she really thinks people would love too.
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Yeiz Tea Taiwan Milk Tea & Fruitea is an own brand of milk tea shop located at Solis St, Cor. Katigbak St., Brgy 11, Lipa City. Last September 18,2019 was its grand opening.
The shop’s name is basically derived from the name of the owner, Engr. Yesly since her college friends used to call her “yeiz” and it has been the suggestion of her sisters.
It offers a variety of sips falling under Milk Teas, Fruiteas, Hot Teas, Smoothies and Pica pica. The staff are happily serving customers with their favorite sips.
Yeiz tea’s patron customers are students and those people who really love their milk teas and all.
For Yeiz Tea’s Loyal customers, they introduced the loyal tea metallic cards that once they filled the 12 slots, the customers are entitled to free milk tea.
Last November 1 they launched the “free 12*12 pillow every end of the month” , that for every purchase is equivalent to 1 raffle entry. Items to be given changes monthly.
Aside from her love for Milkteas, Engr. Yesly is fond of singing, in fact she is planning to have a mini bar or an open stage at the second floor of the shop for customers to freely sing while waiting for their orders and also a conference area for business purposes, she wanted to make this happen before the year ends, or early next year.
Engr. Yesly also mentioned that Yeiz Tea will be opened for franchise soon.
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|Yeiz Tea Menu|
|Milk Tea with Sinkers||Hot Teas|
|Pearl Milk Tea||Assam Black Tea|
|Salted Caramel||Jasmine Green Tea|
|Wintermelon||Oreo with Ice Cream|
|Matcha Bubble||Dark Chocolate|
|Healthy Options||Java Chip|
|Calamansi Green Tea||Fruitea|
|Yakult Green Tea||Strawberry|
|Fries ( Cheese, Barbeque, Sour Cream, Chilli Barbeque )||Lychee|