Café Don Salvador Benedicto

Hungry? Try Cafe La Guada at Don Salvador Benedicto, Negros Occidental, Philippines.

If you’re hungry when visiting Don Salvador Benedicto you may have noticed the high prices at some roadside cafes. Skip the high priced tourist traps and head to Cafe La Guada where the food is a bit cheaper. Cafe La Guada offers good quality food and generous portions.

The entrance to cafe La Guada.

Cafe La Guada is located on the main highway of Don Salvador Benedicto, Negros Occidental. They’re just before the “touristy” area and they also have a nice, albeit simpler view.

The view from cafe la guada. There’s another mini balcony on the side of the railing where you can sit and “dangle your legs”

The cafe area also has several cottages and even a pool on their grounds. You can opt to have your meals in one of the cottages. They also have accomodation for overnight stays.

You can go for a swim in Cafe La Guada’s pool.
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Here’s the reason why we love Cafe La Guada. The prices are significantly cheaper than other resorts but the quality and presentation is top notch. Flowers and herbs decorate their dishes. Presentation is a definite win. We would spend all day in Don Salvador Benedicto and then make the drive back down to Cafe La Guada.

Breakfast is a win!

There are a lot of traditional highland dishes being served in Don Salvador Benedicto and Cafe La Guada has some of them on the menu. There’s Asian swamp eel and Fried frogs for just 200 pesos.

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We were feeling adventurous, so we got a dish of fried frogs. To our surprise the dish came with four WHOLE breaded frogs served on a bed of chicharon strings and garnished with mint, onion and blue tarnate.

Fancy a dish of fried frogs?

That’s a lot of frogs. Lol. We managed to nibble a leg – it tasted just like chicken wings. Nibbling on the head itself is another story.

Cafe La Guada is located at Don Salvador Benedicto
Cafe La Guada Contact number: 09955263044

The Bacolod Food Hunters did not accept any freebies, incentives or money for this article. We paid for our own food. We practice ethical blogging.

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