Food Crawl: 5 must-try restaurants in Cavite City

From traditionally cooked dishes to a favorite pasalubong, these restaurants in Cavite City have a menu that will satisfy your cravings during quarantine.

Here are some restaurants in the small, coastal city which serve delicious traditional dishes that you definitely need to try.

Cafe Antix

Start your foodie destinations trip in Cavite City at this Instagrammable space. Aside from serving a variety of coffee and ice-blended beverages, Café Antix is decorated with vintage and restored antiques that give a every old-fashioned yet homey vibes.

Try their pasta, pizza, and a sandwich with Bacalao, a Caviteño culinary staple made from salty codfish and is stewed in tomato sauce, paprika, or with veggies in a light wine sauce.

Photo from Café Antix Facebook page

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New Chefoo Restaurant

Contradicting its name, this place is no longer new since it has been operating for more than 70 years now. What is their specialty? Chinese food almost alike with that from the Binondo eateries. Aside from menudencia, ho to tay, and their fried chicken, they are also known for their pansete, pancit canton’s more sauce-laden version.

Located at 945 P. Burgos Avenue, San Roque, Cavite City

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Bernie’s Kitchenette

It is not your typical carinderia because it will make you feel at home with their lutong bahay. If you’re curious what Pansit Pusit is and how it tastes like, head out to Bernie’s Kitchenette. They also offer crispy lao-lao, morcon, and pansit puso.

Located at 843 Midtown Bldg. Molina St, Caridad, Cavite City. Photo from Bernie’s Kitchenette Facebook page

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Cantina de Tita A

This house-turned-restaurant may be small but their dishes are not terrible. To achieve perfect flavor pairings, dishes here are served in the concept of “Terno-terno”. Their best-seller is Kare-kare partnered with Adobo sa Dilaw and Kilawin.

Located at375 P. Burgos Avenue, Caridad, Cavite City. Photo from Cantina de Tita A Facebook page

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Pat & Sam

No Cavite trip is complete without buying a box of Bibingka Samala. Pat & Sam’s decades-old establishment is formerly known as “Samala Rice Cakes.” Their famous sweet product leaves smoky aftertaste after being cooked over a wood fire.

This merienda made of glutinous rice, coconut milk, and sugar has two flavors: the traditional malagkit and the crunchier pinipig.

Photo from Pat & Sam Facebook page

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