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This Thai Cafe in Rizal Has the Most Stunning View of the Sunset

Enjoy a cup of Thai tea while the sky changes colors!
This Thai Cafe in Rizal Has the Most Stunning View of the Sunset
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Enjoy a cup of Thai tea while the sky changes colors!

Rizal is one of the best places to unwind after an exhausting week. It's not too far away that you'll spend half the day inside the car, waiting to arrive at your destination. If you've already been to the many restaurants and cafes in Rizal that offer a breathtaking view, there's a new one you should add to your list: Kamala Cafe.

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Kamala Cafe is one of the newest establishments that opened this 2022. The interiors of the place are rustic and blend well with the surrounding nature with accents of wood in the furniture. The eye-catching detail of the entire cafe itself is that it's constructed around nature, so there are holes from the floorboard where flora grow through.

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Kamala Cafe's alfresco set up has front row seats for a view of the mountains of Cuyambay and Laguna lake. It's perfect for catching the sunset and of course, picture taking!

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Besides the breath of fresh air, you should go to Kamala Cafe for Thai food! The bestsellers are the Pad Thai (P269), a famous stir-fry noodle dish with shrimp sold; Oliang (P89) which is Thai iced coffee with milk; and for dessert, you can end it on a sweet note with a serving of a classic Mango Sticky Rice (P149).

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They also have other interesting dishes like the Pad Kra Pao (P249) that's made with basil stir-fried chicken, rice, and egg; Satay Gai (price starts at P199) which is grilled chicken served with peanut sauce. If you happen to visit Kamala Cafe during a colder day, you should order a bowl of their Tom Yum (P279) which is a hot and sour soup with shrimp.

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Kamala Cafe also serves two of Thailand's famous drinks: Cha Yen (P159) which is Thailand's version of milk tea and the Nom Yen (P149) that's made with pink milk or green milk.

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Ready to hit the road and stuff yourself with delicious Thai food and drinks? Kamala Cafe is located at Cuyambay Crossing, Tanay Rizal, along Marilaque Highway (across Pico De Pino, and uses the same entrace with Kaulayaw Coffee). It's open from 7 A.M. to 8 P.M. from Monday to Friday, 6 A.M. to 8 P.M. on Saturdays and Sundays.

Follow Kamala Cafe on Facebook for more information.

This story originally appeared on Yummy.phMinor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.

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