Because of the fast-rising trend of social media like Facebook and Instagram and the world’s famous phenomenon, “Food Selfie”, one of the booming businesses in the province today is establishing coffee shops and restaurants. Having different themes, interior designs and various kinds of foods, they are surely eye-catching.
In the town of Dauis, one of these coffee shops/ restaurants is uniquely built. Situated beside the Assumption of Our Lady Shrine Parish, Café Lawis is an extraordinary coffee shop constructed between the church and the seaside.
It was formerly created as the church’s convent but is later on developed into a place where tourists, visitors and churchgoers can taste different authentic foods with the Boholano touch. It has a vintage feel once you come inside with the oil lamps and the traditionally-designed furniture. It has also a display of handmade products on the inside showcasing the native’s talent in handicrafts.
Anyway, the ones mentioned above are just a part of this place’s exceptional features. Outside the café is an ample space nestled by the Tagbilaran harbour under the big acacia trees with spherical and cylindrical Capiz shell lamps that give off a romantic lighting at night. No wonder this place is also one of the best spots to hold a wedding reception. Aside from not being too costly, it is just alongside the church, too. In this case, you’re not draining so much of your purse spending too much and likewise having a magnificent venue in celebrating your marriage. That’s just like a pain-in-the-head-no-more for couples who are planning to tie the knot but don’t have that much of a budget but wished to have a momentous celebration.
Moreover, this is a must-visited place especially for tourists that have passion for rare and classically tasting foods. You will love everything in this food shop, from the unusual mouth-watering foods and desserts to its perfectly chosen location. This just proves how creative Boholanos are.
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